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1990 TESSAHOC 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

EDITOR IN CHIEF JILL HAMILTON 

ADVERTISING LAUREN WOOD, STEPHANIE DAMRON 

PHOTOGRAPHY MICHELLE MASSA 

SPORTS EDITOR BRIAN SHULTZ 

ACTIVITIES KERRI ANGLIN 

CLUBS EDITOR KARIN STORY 

FACULTY PAGES ANDREYA CANN, KRISTIN JACKSON 

ART EDITOR KASEY SMITH 

YEARBOOK SALES DEANA GENOVESE, EDITH SAINT ELOI 

LAYOUT JULIANA CHITTICK, BROOKE ANDERSON 

SENIOR PAGES ROBIN HAYNES, PATRICIA SMITH 

SPECIAL PAGES ADRIENNE MAY 

TYPING EDITH SAINT ELOI 

STAFF WRITER SUZZUNNE DECRUZ 

UNDERCLASS EDITOR MELISSA CHRISTOFFEL 

ASSISTANT TO ADVISOR MRS. FLORENCE ELY 

YEARBOOK ADVISOR MRS. PAT WUNSCHEL 











As we come to the end of our last year 
together, we look back upon all the in- 
fluences in our lives. One strong force has 
been our community. 

A community is many things. Our 
community is a small town with the 
natural beauty of sandy beaches, country 
roads and rocky shores. Yet it is more 
than places and things; it is the combined 
influence of all our homes and families. It 
is the guidance of church and youth 
groups. It is our schools and the people 
who teach us new skills and encourage us 
to grow. And within the school, it is a 
community of friends and classmates who 
share a common history. 

All these pieces combine to make the 
quilt of our community. We will carry it 
with us wherever we go. 



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DEDICATION 



The wit of Mr. Gilmartin is obvious everytime we meet him. "Hi Toots!" "Hello girls you too, 

Robin." "Gentlemen, the hats!" There is no way to sne?k by him in the halls without some personal 

comment that shows that we have been seen and duly greeted. 
But wit is not the only characteristic we admire in Mr. Gilmartin. He's always willing to watch out f< 
a student who may need a friend and to encourage a student who is struggling in Science or in any othe 
area. When not in Room 15, he can be found in his "office" helping students, setting up labs, or 
heating his coffee water on his Bunsen burner. We feel fortunate that the Marine Corps has shared the 

best of its "few good men" with us for the past 20 years. 
"Beep, beep thanks, Toots!" 




In appreciation of your dedication to 
CHS, your wisdom and the encouraging 
words that made our days brighter, we, 
the class of 1990, dedicate our 
yearbook to you, Mr. Gilmartin, our 
teacher and our friend. 




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FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS 




Carole Denise Biaggi: 
Hi! My name is Carole Denise Biaggi. This year I 
am staying with Miehele Rourke and her family. I'm 

from Sierre, Switzerland but came to the United 
States to learn English well enough to hopefully go 
into hotel management in Switzerland. Also, I 
wanted to experience a different way of living. I 
enjoy the U.S. and I think the country has a lot to 
offer me. I'm glad I ended up in Cohasset because of 
the friendly people and its surroundings. 




Mia Mansson: 
My name is Mia Mansson. I am an exchange 
student from Sweden and I am staying with Ana 
Sandell and her family. I decided to come to the 

United States because I wanted to experience 
how it is to live in another country. I think that 
Cohasset, the Sandells, and my friends here are 
giving me a great opportunity to do that. I'm 
having a great year. Thank you, Mia. 




Isabel Ramallo: 
Hi! I'm Isabel Ramallo. I'm a Spanish student 
in the Class of 1990. I'm from Mallorca, an island 

that some of you know. It's fun. I have two 
younger sisters who may come to Cohasset in their 
senior year, too. I've found some nice people here 
in Cohasset. Thanks, you guys have made moving 
to Cohasset much easier. And mostly, I want to 
thank my wonderful family, the Dohertys. 
Thanks, Cohasset. Love, Isabel, "sweetie-sweetie" 




Maria Vinals: 
Ola! My name is Maria Vinals and I'm from 
Spain. I'm living with the Goedeckes until July. I 
just want to thank my family for making my stay 
in the United States better than I ever hoped it 
would be. Thanks also to my friends at Cohasset 
High. I'm having a great time. Thanks again, 

Maria. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Throughout our high school years, we have watched our class grow closer together. Although 
our fundraisers were not always profitable, they were certainly memorable. One of our most 

unforgettable experiences was the Red Sox game in which they clinched the divisional title. None 
of us will ever forget the trips to Montreal where the skiing was almost as much fun as the 

nightlife! Because our class is exceptionally small, we needed the cooperation of all our classmates. 
Without this, we would not have been able to accomplish all that we have. Thanks! 





BROOKE KOEHN ANDERSON 

LIKES family, friends, Joel, Alfa-Spiders, sunsets, 
swimming, snow, Fall, sapphires, ocean, walks 
w/Mom, my teddy bears, milers DISLIKES SATS, 
tears, pressure, fights, raised voices, Dad in Cal., 
planes, being frustrated, meat REMEMBERS 
MOST 10/12/87, I'll knock it out of you, times 
w/JW, times by myself, Go Rand, friendship 
w/Karen A, I'll throw you and your mouth right off 
this' WANTS TO FORGET summer of 87 w/TH, 
KC parry, Homecoming '88, Halloween at KA and 2 
years with! PET PEEVE people eating bananas, call 
waiting. NOTED FOR eating ice + saying all "..20 
YEARS FROM NOW taking over for Donald 
Trump LEAVING THOUGHTS "Friendship is the 
only cement that will ever hold the world together."' 
THANKS, Mom, you're the best For Katie , Mi- 
chael, and Christian, I couldn't have asked for better. 
Dad, thank you so much. I love you ALL. 





KERR1 DENISE ANGLIN 
Bailey, Ker-ber, Brain 
"We accomplish in proportion to what we attempt 

L1KKS Family, friends, meeting new people, healthy com- 
petition, music, ice cream, summer, laughing, spontane- 
ity DISLIKFS lake or two-faced people, good-byes, regrets, 
being hlown-off, boredom NOTED FOR not lumping at 
the chance, being infatuated, hyperness, innocent 
looks USUALLY SEEN WITH LW, LS, AC, KJ, JC. LB, 
MM, IR REMEMBERS MOST Jr High fun, Home- 
coming '86, JG and PS w/PT, summer |ob at S+S, JWS 
bus w/AC, 9/6/88, winter hteak in EL, Lake Placid, 
Montreal, SMB concert, 7/4/89 PRIZED POSSESSION 
memories, radio. .PET PEEVE misunderstand- 
ings FAVORITE SONGS Here 1 Go Again, Stairway to 
Heaven, Greatest Love of All, Dream On, More Than a 
Feeling FAVORITE EXPRESSION That s cute, oh boy, 
oui of control, neat WORST HORROR SHOW 
12/27/86 CAUSE OF DEATH laughing LEAVING 
THOUGHTS Thanks to everyone who helped me get 
through these years Love ya. Mom, Dad. and Katin 




KAREN MARIE ATKINSON 

"Those crazy nights I do remember in my youth. I ai 
recall, those were the best times most of all." 

LIKES family, friends, Michael, PC, Keds, giraffe- 
sunsets, snarp, crayons, sun, warm weather, being tH 
youngest of 7. DISLIKES losing things, fake peopl I 
air-heads, pressure, making decisions, useless frieniK 
ships . NOTED FOR having brass knuckles Rlf 
MEMBERS MOST Peg's rug w/KS, 11/1 4/8-s 
Newport w/ family, times w/ Mike, friendship w» 
Brooke . WANTS TO FORGET MOST summer 
87 w/AS, bad times . WORST HORROR SHO^ 
second night of summer '87. PET PEEVE seeirn 
someone with foreign objects on their face.. SECREE 
DESIRE to become a Florence Nightingale; 
PRIZED POSSESSION P C CAUSE OF DEATI 
eating too much ice cream.. 20 YEARS FRO J 
NOW cruising the world. LEAVING THOUGH - ]! 
Thanks, Mom and Dad, for all the help and e. 
couragement you've given me all through my lit! 
You'll always be my closest friends. You're the be 
and I love you both very much. TTFN Class of 199' 







CHARLOTTE NADINE BEGLEY 
manners maketh man, as someone said, then he s 
■ hero ol the day It takes a man to suffer ignorance and 
lie Be yourself no matter what 
y say." — Sting 

<ES family, friends, the sun, summer, Spain, my pets, 
he Dclinkwents, sailing, money, phone calls, getting 
ill, mini-golfing, "questing, sleeping late DISLIKES 
5, waiting in the rain, cold weather, standardized tests, 
ly mornings, snobs, liars, losing, bees, early curfews, 
rrying NOTED FOR being confused, being quiet, 
nking Coke USUALLY SEEN WITH AH. BA, NM. 
I, JS, DP, EM, JC, BS, TH REMEMBERS MOST 
am, RA8/31/89. 4/21/89, Riverside Excursion, "the 
ests, all-nighters at AH s, REM 9/16/89 WANTS TO 
>RGET MOST waiting in the torrential rains for two 
urs to see the White House WORST HORROR 
IOW working late on 4/22/89.. PET PEEVES Being 
inted, busy signals, being asked about my future 
ns SECRET DESIRE To run away to Spain PRIZED 
1SSESSION the telephone . LEAVING THOUGHTS 
anks. Mom and Dad, Good Luck, J. R, +E 



CAROLE BIAGGI 

"L'absence est a l'amour ce que le vent est au 
feu. II eteint le petit et allume le grand." 

LIKES family, friends, Switzerland, Canada, 
music. .DISLIKES hypocrisy, war, vegetables, 
lobsters. FAVORITE ACTIVITIES Skiing, 
dancing, reading, bowling . USUALLY SEEN 
WITH Michelle, Mike, Joel, 
Isabele.. REMEMBERS MOST my graduation 
in Switzerland . WANTS TO FORGET MOST 
bicycle ride with Gail (8/4/89).. WORST 
HORROR SHOW cooking with a Spanish 
student. PET PEEVE Coco Bison 
Ravi. FAVORITE HANGOUT Le 
"city". CAUSE OF DEATH not bringing my 
feet with the rest of my body.. 20 YEARS 
FROM NOW being able to speak English. 



SEAN BISHOP 
Bish 

LIKES winning, Skynyrd, family, frodo, stereo, Class 
of '90. DISLIKES yuppies, townies, Hull, phonies, 
rainy days, losing, come to papa's. .FAVORITE AC- 
TIVITIES football, lifting, socializing, driv- 
ing. NOTED FOR size, smarts, cunning, BS, ma- 
turity.. USUALLY SEEN WITH football team, Class 
of 90. REMEMBERS MOST Montreal '88, '89, Syr- 
acuse '89, Pats, Hammers grill, Mexico . WORST 
HORROR SHOW rooming with Porch, Hammer, 
and Frogg PET PEEVE Dip, noise, neighbors, Green 
Jeeps. SECRET DESIRE To be president of an an- 
imal house, own a library, feed the hungry PRIZED 
POSSESSIONS Stereo, library supplies, Walgreen's 
name tag, TV.FAVORITE' HANGOUT beach, 
Jude and Gary, Pad. CAUSE OF DEATH college 
social life . 20 YEARS FROM NOW making money 
and relaxing without a care in the world LEAVING 
THOUGHTS We only have one life to live, so live it 
or die trying!! 






IAN BROWNE 
"If you can't take the heat, get out of the kitchen." 

LIKES Family, friends, Chrissy, Fridays, long week- 
ends, sleeping late, making money, summer nights, 
snowy days, sports. Grateful Dead, Rolling 
Stones DISLIKES Fake people, rainy days, Mondays, 
realizing too late, being broke, boring weekends, 
perfectionists, obnoxious people, studying, doing 
yardwork . NOTED FOR Having bad eyesight, my 
messy handwriting. USUALLY SEEN WITH KC, 
TO, JM . REMEMBERS MOST 9/23/89, Montreal 
88 and 89, JM and TO s BS, JM's sense of humor, 
KC's funny lies, DRWTO, E-Brakes, Halloween '86, 
SM and his funny outfit . WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST 9/23/89, 8/ 12/89 . WORST HORROR 
SHOW 9/23/89 85 feet of skid marks, Gavin 
cutting my hair and saying, "It looks fine," 
7/14/89-"who is ringing my head". .FAVORITE 
HANGOUT Beach and harbor. CAUSE OF 
DEATH Working too hard.. 20 YEARS FROM 
NOW Hopefully rich and retired. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS Don't think, just go for it 





DUDLEY BRYAN 

"It's so easy not to try. See the world go drifting by. 
You don't have to say hello. If you never say good- 
bye". 

LIKES Drawing, singing, writing, reading, making 
strange noises, living DISLIKES Not drawing, not 
singing, etc.. FAVORITE ACTIVITIES See LIKES.. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH Oronde, Allie, Matt Silvia 
REMEMBER MOST Sept 29, 30 . WORST HOR- 
ROR SHOW Friday the 13th, all of them. PET 
PEEVE Death (a real bummer). PRIZED POSSES- 
SION (External) my computer, (internal) Me.. FA- 
VORITE HANGOUT The AV studio. CAUSE OF 
DEATH Undescnbable..20 YEARS FROM NOW 
Well-known commercial/comic artist. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS Goodbye' "I think many times of 
days to come, of battles lost and battles won. Though 
school for us is at an end, the best times yet. . are to 
begin." 





LIZANNE MARY BUCKLEY 
Leaves arc tailing all around, time I was on my way. 
Thanks to you I'm much obliged tor such a pleasant stay." ' 
— Led Zep 

LIKES Kaja, being a Buikley, friends, neighborhood, 
Rocky, Wheelwright, my animals, the C's+D's, K's windy 
mood, spontaneity, ex. can, Sats w/Dad, remembering, mu-, ■ 
sic, freedom, dance, Goober, JC s presents,, 
storms DISLIKES Pessimists, my memory, cracked feet and I 
no shoes, worriers, time, forgetting and being forgot- 
ten ..REMEMBERS MOST 1/16/88, my animals, Paco,. 
reaching for Cindy's shirt, Rocky times, sunrise w/Liv,', 
hanging w /the big boys, days w/NH+JD, Laura's tree,', 
Mrs K, Buster's babies, Godspell, 1/8/89, Bays- • 
tates. WANTS TO FORGET MOST 12/24/86., 
11/12/87, 3/8/88, 7/5/89 PRIZED POSSESSIONS 
Kaia SEC RET DESIRE To fly CAUSE OF DEATH Land- • 
ing.. 20 YEARS FROM NOW w/NR + K on our farm inn 
ME USUALLY SEEN WITH K, CD, JC, LS PET PEEVEf 
P s sick habit LEAVING THOUGHTS Thanks Mom andJ 
Dad, Mrs C, and R AS You gave me my life! JB, have fun.i 
caught ya C.iny, LDSB this little girl is movin on 




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JASON RICHARD CAMERON 
Jay, Jake 

Faring thee well now let your life proceed by its own 
lesign." 

.IKES Family, friends. The Grateful Dead, having lots of $, 
atchin a good high tide, road trips, skiing, NH, MT b-ing 
V/ GK, soccer, Max Creek, # 15.. DISLIKES Having no 
i, boredom, speeding tickets. Cooper Test, 
AT's. USUALLY SEEN WITH RS, DE, GK, PH. DF, 
SMC folk. Bob or Bernic, and anyone who wants to be seen 
.ith me REMEMBERS MOST NH with DE, GK. DD, 
)R, KW, 7/4/89, Dead Shows, Spain 88. times @ 
SMC, TRP-6pack, Semi 88, wkends in NH WANTS 
"O FORGET MOST Montreal 88 and its aftermath, 
)iantha's neck, the bad times. WORST HORROR 
HOW Ship of fools. 1st Dead Show PET PEEVE Slow 
Irivers. SECRET DESIRE To tour w/The grateful 
)ead PRIZED POSSESSION My boot 
-gs/Music CAUSE OF DEATH Cooper Test LEAVING 
"HOUGHTS Nothing to tell now let the words be yours I 
m done w/mine." Thanks for everything. Mom + Dad! 
•Jothing left to do but Smile, Smile, Smile!!!!!! 



ANDREYA LAURA CANN 
Drey, Mouse, Mario 
The first sign of maturity is the discovery that the volume 
knob also turns to the left." 

LIKES Family, friends, laughing, aaing. Heathers, L.A., 
NYC, sunset, Hardrock, sleeping late. Hugs, CL of 90, 
CHS, my pool parties. Express, limos DISLIKES Snobs, 
liars, boring nights, rumors, gigolos, fighting, revolving 
doors, shoelaces, car accidents, good byes REMEMBERS 
MOST True friends. New Years Eve 88-89, DGC's 
7/1/88, 7/28/89. Last day of summer 88. Blue Escorts, 
Justin's |cep w/ CJ, FT w/ DG WORST HORROR 
SHOW Norwell P station 5 am w/CJ 8/88, Becchwood 
stroll. PET PEEVE Losing sunglasses NOTED FOR Ta.l- 
gating, missing white lines at stop signs USUALLY SEEN 
WITH KS. CJ. HP. KA, KB. RS, Fiest.es. MH. DM, RA, 
everyone PRIZED POSSESSION Memories, my 
seal FAVORITE EXPRESSION Almost famous, what s 
your damage, holy pepperoni FAVORITE HANGOUT 
Movies . 20 YEARS FROM NOW Accepting an Os- 
car LEAVING THOUGHTS Mom, Dad, Wayne. Tom. I 
love you, thanx guys, "If you believe long enough, someday 
your dreams will be memories KJ, sec ya twin" 



JULIE ANN CAR1STI 
Jules, Hun, Spewlie, Jul 

"The only thing you can change is yourself, but sometimes 
that is everything " 

LIKES JP, friends. Nana, the ocean. Journey, Mr and Mrs 
Mace, music, romance, style, Honda, roses, ]uice, pink, 
snuggling, shopping, Hugos, fish, hugs, pizza, study, spir- 
itual talks w/Pammie, Xmas, clean room, faded leans, 
Boston, sumrnct, vanillaroma, dreaming, sleep- 
ing DISLIKES Cleaning my room, waiting, lectures, 
groundation, math 8th grade, Maine, boredom, family 
vacation, goodbyes, forgetting, chauvinists NOTED FOR 
Being wacky REMEMBERS MOST Daddy, everything 
w/JP, summer of 86 w /JP. sneaking out eel window, 7th 
grade w/Pam, ctoss the St Steff, B in our B-Raren, 7 men 
laughing, sunrise, talk w/Mrs Mace, Peach seltzer, slipes- 
lide, beach w PH. kissing pretzels, Novabeamer, PP W? 
SD, AM riders to CHS w/LW, CC, SD PRIZED POS- 
SESSION Relationship w/JP PET PEEVE M s eating 
noises FAVORITE EXPRESSION Yo LEAVING 
THOUGHTS Thanx J P for being there, 143 always, Good 
Luck MC, I'm ready for success, KEN, DUDE — WE RE 
PSYCHED' 




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KENNETH M. CARISTI 
Ken 

"Success in life begins with the present." 

LIKES Being w/Gavin, Zep, Dead, Floyd, 
Family, Dad, Hugos, summers, 
Beamin. .DISLIKES Verbal fights, loss- 
es. FAVORITE ACTIVITIES Relaxing, driv- 
ing, partying w/Skids, hugging GC. NOTED 
FOR Flying.. USUALLY SEEN WITH GC, 
IB, TO, MD, John+John.. REMEMBERS 
MOST Summer '89, my house '87, Montreal 
'88.. WANTS TO FORGET MOST April 
'88. .SECRET DESIRE TMG.. PRIZED POS- 
SESSION My Datsun.. FAVORITE HANG- 
OUTS Beaches, harbors, Johns.. CAUSE OF 
DEATH Beamin down Nichols.. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS I love you, Gavin, you're beau- 
tiful. Julie, we're outta here. Mark, Good Luck 





JULIANA H. CHITTICK 

"There can be no happiness if the things we believe in are 
different from the things we do." 

LIKES Family, my "buddies, "remember whens," sunsets 
+ starry nights, music, World's End, CYC, Monty Python, 
the Young ones, laughing (esp w/LO), C+H, individualists, 
creativity. DISLIKES Good-byes, oral reports, gym, con- 
fusion, Top 40, Mondays, sharks, snakes, "chez," pressure, 
insecurity, pessimists.. SECRET DESIRE To fly, 
PL+H REMEMBERS MOST Time spent w/family + 
friends (LLJLM), Willard, Norway '87, Sweden '87 
(w/LO, AS, LS), Montreal '88 + '89, Punta Cana '89, 
1/28/89, LB's infatuation w/the neighborhood rat, con- 
certs, summers + people at CYC, river rafting '89, FH 
w/Foxy Mama, SCove summers w/A's, "star-gazing" 
(7/11/89, 7/28/89), "KM-HTHR Ya'! ', good-byes, 
12/17/89. WANTS TO FORGET Bunny crisis, yee-yee 
period, 7/4/89, fights. WORST HORROR SHOW The 
puck. LEAVING THOUGHTS Friendship is the only ce- 
ment that will ever keep the world together THANKS you 
guys! 1 love you — MDBC. 





KATHLEEN MARY COLBURN 
Kate, Joey, Rambate 

"Bad alibi, like dead fish, cannot stand test of time" — 
Charlie Chan 

LIKES Zun, KS, PS, ES, the guys, traveling. DISLIKES TH 1 
people, Teeny Boppers, gold-chain men . ACTIVITIES 
Minimag, Peace and Justice Group, AFS .USUALLY SEEN. 
WITH Zun woman. REMEMBERS MOST BUIM battle t 
86, Holland '87, DD with Rob in the SX mobile, "Youu 
and Susan come home now!", WKND at TM's . WORST: 
HORROR SHOW Almost having to abandon ship. PETr 
PEEVE People who chew gum obnoxiously. SECRET DE- 
SIRE To make a difference . FAVORITE HANGOUT Ian- - 
none s .PRIZED POSSESSION My family.. 10 YEARS* 
FROM NOW Collecting on a bet, from Zun, in Italy. .200 
YEARS FROM NOW Converted to the Church of Latter r 
Day Saints and married to Donny Osmond. CAUSE OFf 
DEATH assassinated because of overstepping the bound- 
aries.. A SPECIAL THANKS To Sue-baby. Without you, II 
wouldn't have seen the humor in many things. I also 
wouldn't have gotten this far without you. I love you and 
always will. 





PATRICK JOHN CONROY 
Pat, P.C., Cubby 
"Frustration is youth's middle name, and 
: you mustn't worry too much about it. Even- 
tually, things clarify themselves. . .we dis- 
i card what we don't like, walk away from 
; what fails to inspire us." 

LIKES family, friends, sports, food, parties, 
winning, boating, scuba diving, skiing, lift- 
ing. .DISLIKES English, losing, snobs, Sun- 
day drivers, being lied to, come to 
papa's.. REM EMBERS MOST Trips to Can- 
ada, college visits to Dartmouth and UVM, 
trips to Australia and New Zea- 
■ land.. WANTS TO FORGET MOST Sixth- 
grade obstacle course. .PET PEEVE People 
who snore. .NOTED FOR Being very nice 
jand quiet.. USUALLY SEEN WITH My 
i teammates. .ACTIVITIES Football l-4(tri- 
capt.), wrestling 3-4, basketball 1, track 
2. .LEAVING THOUGHTS Thanx, Mom 
and Dad, for everything. Good Luck to the 
class of 1990, it's been great. 





TRACY ELIZABETH CRISTINA 
T.C. Man, Racey, TTT 

"Children are the world, so enjoy their youth and 
happiness. They'll bring you even more joy than 
you already have had in your life". 

LIKES Mom, family, friends, Carlton, Maryland, 
FC, roses, BC, balloons, hugs, rap, kids, Aruba, 
love, Teddybears, Longtail, CM, long walks along 
the beach, dancing. .DISLIKES Long distance, 
break-ups, curfew, snobs, collect calls, homework, 
no money. .NOT ED FOR Red hair, 
nails.. USUALLY SEEN WITH AC, SF, CM, and 
good friends!.. REMEMBERS MOST July '88, 
2/19/89, 2/25/89, Thanksgiving '88, Days + 
nights w/Billy, Semi-formal '89 w/GK, 7/29/89 
w/AR, Maryland, 9/23/89 in East Bos- 
ton. .WORST HORROR SHOW Meeting Mi- 
chael Young . 20 YEARS FROM NOW Happily 
married w/two kids in Aruba. .PRIZED POSSES- 
SIONS Michael Joseph Cristina, photo al- 
bum. .LEAVING THOUGHTS I couldn't have 
done it without you, Mom! You gave me all the 
love + support. I needed it. I love you. Good Luck 
class of 1990. I love you. C.C.M. always. 





AMY CURRIER 

"It's just the ghost of what you want to be. /And 
it's the ghost of the past that you are in. /It's just 
the ghost of what you really want. /And it's the 
ghost of the past you live in. /And it's the ghost of 
the future you are frightened of." — S. Nicks 

LIKES Open relationships, cars, music, laughing.. 
DISLIKES Uncool people, misunderstandings, 
waking up. .FAVORITE ACTIVITIES 
Art. .NOTED FOR Saying "I told you 
so". .USUALLY SEEN WITH S.A. Gang, Meg, 
Mik.T.C. Man, the Youngs. .REMEMBERS 
MOST The g an g at S.A.+ 
AL+RM+Pastgraduates.. WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST The mistakes I've made at CHS. WORST 
HORROR SHOW Accident of '88, hospitalized 
in May '89. .PET PEEVE Slow- speaking teach- 
ers.. SECRET DESIRE Not telling 'cause it's a 
secret. .PRIZE POSSESSION My material be- 
longings and Mik's leather jacket. .FAVORITE 
HANGOUTS S.A., Alt room, Senior Lounge, 
The Steps. .CAUSE OF DEATH Too much 
thinking.. 20 YEARS FROM NOW Wealthy + 
kicking back. .LEAVING THOUGHTS CHS 
needs reincarnating. 





STEPHANIE RENE DAMRON 
Steph 

"It's not how many times you get knocked down, it's how 
many times you get up ." — Vincc Lombardi 

LIKES Family, ftiends, reminiscing, weekends, laughing, 
Boston, money DISLIKES Rainy days, waiting, ice, spiders, 
forgetting, busy signals, mall rats. NOTED FOR Laughing, 
or is it being too quiet'. USUALLY SEEN WITH Cliff, Jill, 
Lauren, Jules, and everyone else .REMEMBERS MOST 
Daddy, Semi-'89, Aug '88, "and let the record show,'' 
"can she walk.' "-CC, Lauren s car 7am, BRHS WORST 
HORROR SHOW Joe 88, Ice-surfing '89. PET PEEVE 
Obnoxious people, "Where did you move here 
from' " PRIZED POSSESSION My lap pad, memories, 
friends, family FAVORITE HANGOUT Where my 
friends are . CAUSE OF DEATH Being thrown from the 
escalator at Filene s Basement .20 YEARS FROM NOW 
Still having fun. LEAVING THOUGHTS Mom. Jerry, 
Doug, Thanks for helping me through Everything, Jill, 
Jules, Lauren, Cliff, Thanks for being there!! 




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SUZZUNNE NICOLE DECRUZ 
Zun, Suebabe 

"When I think back on all the crap I learned in high school, 
it's a wonder I can think at all "-Paul Simon 

LIKES Family, The Guys, AJ, AD, Martha's Vineyard, The 
Shocbox, pigging out, fitts, getting away w/it, rainy Dutch 
mornings, basking in the sun, groovy tunes, The Colburn 
Clan, philosophizing, long nights. DISLIKES My bizarre 
name, misunderstandings, deep blue funk, the way it is, no 
answer, music u can't dance to. REMEMBERS MOST 
Europe 86, "Mercy," Holland 87 w/Kate, "Girl, u know 
it's true," weekend at TM's, the killer goat, going to the 
beach, spending the next day in room 14, "where r u 
going'", the sexmobile, bottom s up w/Robert, "So, Spin 
out in the Vettle, weekly crises, Finklestein meet MM+SD, 
"Wanna give me a lift up'" ..CAUSE OF DEATH Slipup 
w/the scalpel. SECRET DESIRE To speak Dutch coher- 
ently. PRIZED POSSESSIONS Milli Vanilli tape, the 
Vette . LEAVING THOUGHTS Carpe Diem! 





VERONICA MARIA ANNEMIE de VOS 
Vern 

"Speak silver reply gold." — Swahili, "Whites must be I 
made to realize they are only human, not superior Blacks • I 
are also human, not inferior." — Biko; "Power is the great I I 
aphrodisiac " — Kissinger, "An eye for an eye only creates 1 1 
blindness." — Ghandi; "When 2 elephants fight only the :| 
ground is damaged." -African; "Doublethink is a part of 1 1 
every social order not just communism, adolescence is like ■ I 
communism, similarity a comfort; oddity a rejection, hedo- I 
egotism is the menace that afflicts us all and eventually I 
destroys us." — Vern LIKES traveling, learning, coffee I 
w/cigs, time w/my mother + friends, Int Relations s| 
(w/Newkirk + w/out) . DISLIKES spite-fulness, careless- • I 
ness, racism, govt., hypocrisy, excesses, hedonism. . GOALS - II 
4 FUTUA Aid to underprivileged or overlooked, con--l 
tent/stableness of mind, "connecting"' w/someone;| 
!'. WISHES Reborn Pax Romana, for restraint to overpower r I 
want. REMEMBERS MOST pool hopping at CSC, Hu- I 
manities, India, Swaziland, Justine's rigged instant oil- -I 
squirter, Reidy twins w/added love interests. 





MICHAEL PATRICK DOCKRAY 
Bobby, Doc, Bill 

"Thanks for comin' in." 

LIKES Family, friends, Winnie the Pooh, 35, foot- 
ball, danong.laughing, J-5, Bobby.. DISLIKES Pi- 
rates, heavy metal, snobs, phonies, Bishes, neighbors, 
users + abusers, losing, agilities, school, work, S+S.. 
USUALLY SEEN WITH ET, SM, NH, SR, SB, 
JR2, everyone else in Cohasset.. NOTED FOR Moon 
Over McDonalds, being loud, Bop.. FAVORITE AC- 
TIVITIES football, fishing, sleeping.. REMEMBERS 
MOST Montreal.. WANTS TO FORGET MOST 
Making mistakes, S+S.. WORST HORROR 
iSHOW Hotel in Montreal.. PET PEEVE Smokers + 
users.. SECRET DESIRE To be a famous dancer, play 
wide receiver for UCLA, Bruins.. PRIZED POS- 
SESSIONS Stereo.. FAVORITE HANGOUT 
Beach.. CAUSE OF DEATH Isabel behind the wheel 
or being tackled by Refrigerator Perry.. 20 YEARS 
FROM NOW Solid Gold dancer.. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS Life is to be lived, so stop wasting time 
and have some fun. 





TAMMY LYNN DOUGLAS 
Tamela, Tarns 
"If I leave here tomorrow will you still remember 
me?" 

LIKES Mom, friends, Malta, Fla., Aries, harbor.. 
DISLIKES Court, waiting, fighting, snobs, good- 
byes, empty gas tanks . REMEMBERS MOST 8 April 
'89, saying good-bye Sept. '89, July 13, 1989, Sue 
and Me in Green Machine, cooking with Alix in 
Malta, Kern and broken window.. WORST HOR- 
ROR SHOW Graveyard with Keith G. and Nicky 
D.. USUALLY SEEN WITH Sue, Keith, David, 
Nicky, Alix, Paz, Ronny, Dean. .NOTED FOR Betty 
Boop.. SECRET DESIRE Kill the wuzzle.CAUSE 
OF DEATH Worrying about family.. PRIZED POS- 
SESSIONS Sues friendship.. 20 YEARS FROM 
NOW Married to you know who. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS I love you, Mom and Brenda, all the 
support through the years paid off. Good Luck to all 
the future Alt. Students. 





MICHAEL ELLINGER 
Mike 

"You can't live in the past, and you can't live for the future. 
You have to take it one day at a time." 

LIKES Family, friends, steteo, board, CAV, thermos, rastas, 
3Sdub, Bob, Femmes.. DISLIKES Snobs, come to papa's, 
no $, melons, BIG MOE. FAVORITE ACTIVITIES Ski- 
ing, surfing, sliding, you make the call NOTED FOR 
Sleeping, not caring . USUALLY SEEN WITH MR, CR, 
DG, JW, RM, JM, SM, and various other meatheads.. 
REMEMBERS MOST Wave with Roli, Colby 
runs WANTS TO FORGET MOST Bradlees 
'88. WORST HORROR SHOW BIG MOE 
5/13/89 . PET PEEVE You can look but..?..SECRET DE- 
SIRE To not get caught PRIZED POSSESSIONS Any- 
thing I bought . FAVORITE EXPRESSION Oh, surely you 
jest. CAUSE OF DEATH Moving to Hickville..20 YEARS 
FROM NOW Living in the Caribbean with unlimited # of 
wives. FAVORITE PLACES Montreal, Califor- 
nia.. LEAVING THOUGHTS There was some good and 
there was some bad, but 1 wouldn t trade it tor anything. See 
ya! 




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DAVID FARRAG 
Froggy, Frogman 

"Winning isn't everything. Winning is the only thing ." 
— Vince Lombardi 

LIKES Family, friends, sports, 24, 26, Foreign Food, 
A.S. . .DISLIKES Liberals, The Duke, snobs, losing, 
come to papa's. FAVORITE ACTIVITES Football, 
hockey, baseball, eating Chinese food. NOTED FOR 
Pool hopping after work . USUALLY SEEN WITH 
GTJ, Mac, Jim, Terry, Mike, football 
team. REMEMBERS MOST Montreal '89, WHO con- 
cert, Stones concert . WANTS TO FORGET MOST 
Football vs Norton '89. WORST HORROW SHOW 
End of school party jr. year.. PET PEEVE Stupid ques- 
tions.. SECRET DESIRE To hang out with Pete Town- 
send. CAUSE OF DEATH Marital problems(her hus- 
band came home). .20 YEARS FROM NOW Dancer at 
Chipandales . LEAVING THOUGHTS En )0 y it while 
you've got it. 




STEFFANIE R FOX 
Stuff, Blondie 

"Hope you had a blast, hope you had a ball, but I'm sorry to 
say that's it, that's all!'' 

LIKES Family, friends, my boyfriend, the carnival, tats, 
Lambofghini's, ICY cold BD DISLIKES Waking up early, 
snobs, lake people, humidity. CAUSE OF DEATH Wayne 
raising his prices PET PEEVE People who leave their blink- 
ers on FAVORITE HANGOUT The carnival . PRIZED 
POSSESSION The keys to the midway. NOTED FOR 
Never shutting up. WORST HORROR SHOW The great 
spinning room and Feb 89 SECRET DESIRE You II never 
know!!.. REMEMBERS MOST Summers of '88 and '89, 
Julie, 1 spit on your floor, the flitzer trailer.. WANTS TO 
FORGET MOST car accidents, Revere rumors.. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH Me, myself.and [, my car, MV, JC, PH, TC, 
CH, KG, the carnival crew 20 YEARS FROM NOW 
Living in a condo in Greece with a gorgeous guy, a 
lamborghini, and a private ]et LEAVING THOUGHTS So 
long, Cohasset, I hope there are no mote like me! Thanks, 
Mom and Dad, for your love and support I love you honey! 
Bye, Mrs Batts, Thanks, Luke 



SEAN P. GALLAGHER 
Seany, Barney, Wheels, Squirrel 

"Seize the day.'' 

LIKES Family, friends, the Skippas, snow-days, win- 
ning, TESLA, the CULT, Ronz, perfection. DISLIKES 
Slobs, snobs, jobs, liars. Teasers, meatheads, 
SATs. FAVORITE ACTIVITIES Surfing, Mt., hook- 
ing up. USUALLY SEEN WITH Timmy, Just, Greg, 
the Hugonauts, Smitty, the crew REMEMBERS 
MOST 12/28/88, Montreal '88/ 89, the good times 
with Heidsta, Justin s house-the night before SAT s, 
summer '89, Karin's basement, Magner's quotes, Al- 
gebra 2 w/ Lanata, Meers, Crazy Abba-Dabba, Bobby 
W.'s, hatred toward Rap music. WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST Semi-formal 89, getting dogged by 
Coates, Power Hour in Canada . WORST HORROR 
SHOW Karin's driveway. PET PEEVE Is your home- 
work done'. PRIZED POSSESION The Celi- 
ca. SECRET DESIRE To be in Donald Trump's shoes 
for a day. FAVORITE HANGOUT Whitehead Rd., 
Heidsta's potch CAUSE OF DEATH Seano's mu- 
sic LEAVING THOUGHTS Yeah boy! C-ya Line, it's 
been fun Thanx, Mom and Dad 




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DEANA M. GENOVESE 
Dee 

"You don't know what you've got til it's gone, so 
appreciate, cherish and love what you have.'' 

LIKES My family, friends, the B's w/CN, long talks, 
big hugs, slushes, the Rip's, RAW, the Classes of '89 + 
'90, skiing.. DISLIKES Curfews, busy signals, waiting, 
worrving, mashed potatoes, SAT'S, ru- 
mors.. REMEMBERS MOST Montreal 89, 10/8/88, 
Prom '89 w/MM, OPP w/CF, FT.w/AC, Hil, are 
you sure you're in 1st:*", KS's "Girl s Party'' '88, 
Nana+Bob. WANTS TO FORGET MOST Easter Eve 
'89, Semi '89, 5/13 w/CR, ME, RM . WORST HOR- 
ROR SHOW Easter Morn., 11/18/89, ..USUALLY 
SEEN WITH CR, KS, JC, ME+ THE GANG, my 
trucks! . . NOTED FOR Reciting RAW 
w/CR!. SECRET DESIRE to marry Cam Nee- 
ly!.. CAUSE OF DEATH Laughing too much from 
reciting RAW while CR was driving!. FAVORITE EX- 
PRESSION Any line from RAW, Oh, and you 
know!".. LEAVING THOUGHTS Dad, Mom, 
Lauren, Sera, Jamie — I love you guys! Thanx for 
everything! Carr, what would I have done w/out you" 
You're the best! 143! C-YA!! 



PAMELA MAY HAASE 

Pam, Pamie, Spam, Warn 
Time is like a handful of sand. The tighter you grasp it, the 
faster it runs through your fingers. But if you caress it, it will 
leave in its wake memories of its gentle flow, rather than the 
roughness of irs stones. 

LIKES Barefeet, summer, skirts, moonbar. Chuck, Dan, 
iou, family, meeting people, service projects, music, 
art. DISLIKES Narrow minds, conformity. FAVORITE 
ACTIVITIES Yoga, dancing, concerts, art. USUALLY 
SEEN WITH Drama Fags, deadheads, freaks generally.. 
REMEMBERS MOST New Years, The Dead, Jim & Ted, 
ACSP, ASP, drama '87, '88, '89, semi-formal and grad- 
uation '89, blue shark, 4d's, P & R, times w /Jules, Hugos.. 
WANTS TO FORGET MOST 16 B-Day, party at 
Bex. WORST HORROR SHOW Ship of fools. PET 
PEEVE Complaints, the word hate.. SECRET DESIRE To 
tour w/The Dead around the world, ask Erica. CAUSE OF 
DEATH Shmeg skating FAVORITE HANGOUT Where 
authorities aren't. PRIZED POSSESION Quilt, jewel- 
ry. LEAVING THOUGHTS I think it's time we all went to 
the krebnebula for some hot ganib-ganabs, peace, love and 
hugs! 



JILL LANG HAMILTON 
Jillsy, Jilly 

The only way to have a friend is to be one. 



RWE 



LIKES Family, friends, riding, skiing, hugs, vacations, 
beasts, long talks with Sarah, smell of coffee, danc- 
ing. DISLIKES Buzzing mosquitos, SAT's, losing, cold 
toes, poison ivy. .REMEMBERS MOST Prom '89, King 
Oak 89 with best friend Beck, first Montreal trip, Elton 
John concert, Christmas vacation at the cabin, 
12/ 18/89.. WANTS TO FORGET MOST Summer of 
'88 working at P.R., GMHA with Nigel, A.P. History, 
the fall at semi-formal.. WORST HORROR SHOW 
Living as the Elephant Man . PRIZED POSSESSION 
Montego Bay (Nigel) and Full Tilt (Baguio).. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS Mom and Dad, thanks so much for 
everything you guys have done for me. Sarah, you're the 
best sister anyone could ever have. I don't know what I 
would do without you. Love you guys! 





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MICHELLE M HARTLEY 
Kcrmits 

"I'm already in trouble, why not |ust have fun!" 

LIKES CJ, family, gymnastics, TM, cracked wheat, road- 
trips, 8, Bcchin it, raving, allnightcrs, getting away 
w/it.. DISLIKES Losing, Eights w/CJ, seafood. NOTED 
FOR Gymnastics, being hurt. .USUALLY SEEN WITH 
CJ, MM. TM, AC, LS, DG REMEMBERS MOST Nan- 
tucket '89, parties at Kev's, Apr vac. '86 w/MM, The Forts 
'88, cellar party, REM, x w/TT, Fr w/ Candi, priest pool, 
NY '89 DUX w/TM, Dcd, X w/MS+BL, Hull 4/89, Scit. 

The Party ' Woody's, Mr. Bing, WH RD., VIP, JH in 
window, Juan' , MM's pool WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST Labor Day '85, DB in Cal , BST 
10/88+aftermath. WORST HORROR SHOW "They 
can t come in "..PET PEEVE "Never mind ..PRIZED 
POSSESSION Fr w/CJ, my room FAVORITE SAYING 
"Don't worry , I'll be back soon" SECRET DESIRE To 
eliminate the Governor". .20 YEARS FROM NOW The 
3-some rocks on! CAUSE OF DEATH Who says I'm 
gonna d le! . . LE A V I N G THOUGHTS Thanks 
Mom+Dad+Deb, I luv you! Good luck Cindi XOXO, It s 
been good but it better get better! BYE C H S 





ROBIN HAYNES 
Rob, Robs, Robby 

"Don't undermine your worth by comparing yourself with 
others It is because we are dittercnt that each of us is spe- 
cial." 

LIKES Family, BK, friends, music, talks w/Tcg, the K's, 
harvest moons, sailing, skiing, sweaters, Boston, having 
older sisters, winter, Duxbury Beach, city nights, indi- 
viduals, jazz, the ocean DISLIKES Attitudes, indecisivc- 
ness, explanations, curfews, good-byes NOTED FOR My 
"hello," having caffeine attacks, being stressed out, absent- 
mindedness, playing the sax, being the littlest 
Haynes REMEMBERS MOST Leslie, 16 Surrey, phone call 
1/12/88, 16th Bday, Summer '89, concerts at Great 
Woods, summer night sails on Sax, Boston fireworks, Ginji, 
Montreal, times w/TH, KJ , AD, MM, BK and 
LB. WANTS TO FORGET MOST Dec '82, New Years 
'89, 4 months in 88 PET PEEVE IDs PRIZED POS- 
SESSION Selmcr Super 80 . 20 YEARS FROM NOW 
Married and playing in a Jazz Club in Boston ACTIVITIES 
Soccer 1,2,3,4, Student Council 1,4, Peer Counseling 2, 
Yearbook 4. LEAVING THOUGHTS Thanks Mom, Dad, 
Hilary, Lauren Love ya! 





NOAH MATTHEW HILL 

Nocr, Marino, Stew 

The comment "You re lucky, it could have been worse,' I 
the kind of helpfulness I can do without. It also could h 1 
been better, or actually, it couldn't have been any other \ J 
than the way it was — HP 

LIKES Family, IR, friends, warm weather, football, comi I 
papa's, New Edition, basketball, winning, n 
ocean. DISLIKES Losing, watching, snobs, slobs, quitt 
SAT's, turndowns. .REMEMBERS MOST Hood rt 
w/DS+MB, "come here often,"' Montreal, mows 
w/Seano, Tux Club w/ Pomp+Matt, (least) Pats hoi 
Dock's driving. WANTS TO FORGET MOST Bli 
Monday, Tilton NH, Sci. Scrimmage . WORST HORRf 
SHOW Bish in a speedo!!. SECRET DESIRE To know \\ 
halt the senior class doesn't come out on the weekends. Fr] 
PEEVE " War Stories". .20 YEARS FROM NOW QB 
the Cowboys . CAUSE OF DEATH Motorcycle accicj 
after winning the Superbowl . LEAVING THOUGF 
Thanks, Mom+Dad, So long from the last of the Forest / : 
Bunch!(NH, JD, AH, MB,) 




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ZACHARY ALBERT HOCHKEPPEL 

Zach. Hotch. Gandolf 



rhere is a pleasure sure in being mad which none 
it madmen know. . ." — Dryden 

KES Those O's, barley pops, J-5. Trebek, Let- 
rman, Cal my Pal, unbad music, yard sales, 
•ugh. DISLIKES Evil cars. Red Sox, JDL, wait- 
g .REMEMBERS MOST The spectacle that was 
uhn s. Bahamas '89 ("is it s'posed to be purple?"), 
mni on a bush, Bryant parties, chat nice dav on the 
ach w Marty WANTS TO FORGET MOST 8th. 
h grade . PET PEEVE Guts and cheesv mus- 
ihes.USUALLY SEEN WITH The downest cats 
d kittens SECRET DESIRE To get some sleep . 20 
EARS FROM NOW Ambitiouslv sleeping in nice, 
idded cell. . FAVORITE ' HANGOUT 
inkvtown LEAVING THOUGHTS - LD S.P- 
B; T.CB.-E.Presky 



KRISTIN ANN FACKSON 
Kris 

'Life isn't measured in years but in smiles, laughter and 
tears". 

LIKES family. David, time w grandparents, lasting friend- 
ships, my lewels. flowers, surprises, sunsets. 106 7 , can- 
dy DISLIKES fighting, misunderstandings. SATs, snobs, 
busy signals, being sick, my knees, the cold. lies, moodiness, 
good-byes REMEMBERS MOST Dad+Grampa. times 
spent w DMS. Spain, long talks w RH. KA. CJ grief from 
SM. NH. FVC'. MD. 3/12/85, 12/27/87, 8/29/88, 
8/16/89. 8/23/87. 9th grade w/the girls 20 YEARS 
FROM NOV*. Living, Uughing and loving life PRIZED 
POSSESSION Keith and Kaitlin. relationship 
a DMS NOTED FOR Being accident pr^ne L SL ALLY 
SEEN Vt'ITH DS. KA. RH. MM. and other legends PET 
PEEVE Pointless arguments ACTIVITIES Peer counseling. 
Student Council, field hockev. vearbook ..WANTS TO 
FORGET MOST Trips to the hospital LEAVING 
THOUGHTS Mom. Dad. Keith. Kaitlin, I love you, 
thanks guys. David thanks for everything. I love you, thanks 
Class of '90, "No one knows what it is that he can do until 
he tries. AC see va Twin' Bve. Bve' 



CANDICE JONES 
Candi 

"You don t know what you've got until it's gone." 

LIKES family. Nana, friends. HL, yellow roses. Diet 
Goke, big sweaters, laugh arracks, hugs, pidirtles, 
weekends, summer DISLIKES no phone, no $, nar- 
row- minded people, arguing, deadlines, good-bves, 
getting caught USUALLY SEEN WITH 
Swatchdogs & Diet Coke He^ds REMEMBERS 
MOST parrying w KJ & RH. talks w MT, times 
w DF & HL, 10/15 88, Steve Miller, P-advenrures 
w KS. the Beechwood srroll w AC, "Andreya, are 
you sure vou can drive J's jeep!' "..WORST HOR- 
ROR SHOW 12/27/86, NorweU 5 am WANTS 
TO FORGET MOST a lot of things, but not what 
they've taught me. PRIZED POSSESSIONS my 
memories PET PEEVE Hey man". .20 YEARS 
FROM NOW loving every minute of it. CAUSE OF 
DEATH Mario s driving. LEAVING THOUGHTS 
Thanks KS. AC. HP. & HL. I couldn't do it w/out 
you!! Good luck Cindi, I'll miss y'all Class of 90 
you're the greatest' 143! 





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GREGORY DAVID KNOWLES 
Greg, Greg K. 

"Good limes, bad times, vou know I've had 
my share." 

LIKES Cars, Lou, NH, KS. BMW's, Led 
Zep, passing /ones, long trips.. DISLIKES 
Sc hool, cops, speed limits, fakes.. NOTED 
FOR Triple odd. .USUALLY SEEN WI TH 
DE, CL, JC, KS, and the 
crew. .REMEMBERS MOST The night DE 
got nabbed, summer of '89, Aug. 
P 86. PRIZED POSSESSION Matchbox 
cars. .CAUSE OF DEATH Frying to pass a 
Ferrari Testrossa while going a buck ninety- 
three in my V-12 BMW Turbo, on the 
Autobaun.. LEAVING THOUGHTS To 
my sister Jenn, I leave you to wander the 
hallways of hell with mv blessings for three 
more years. Good luck Jenn! C-V A!! 



JAMES MICHAEL LONG 
Jim, Jimmy 

"When the going gets tough, the tough start swing- 
ing." — PW 

LIKES New Mexico, lacrosse, street hockey, hearing 
one-two, Mr O's raves, darts. DISLIKES School, 
smell of, salt water, Kraft macaroni and cheese com- 
mercials, Bill and Ted's Excellent Adven- 
ture. FAVORITE ACTIVITIES Collecting odd 
things . USUALLY SEEN WITH Shultz, Mig, Fig, 
Elvis, Frogman, Flip WORST HORROR SHOW 
Jimbo, Rambo's archenemy . PET PEEVE Dumb 
jokes (usually told by teachers) PRIZED POSSES- 
SION Lacrosse gloves, TMNT " . WANTS TO 
FORGET MOST The tooth of time . REMEMBERS 
MOST The big four LEAVING THOUGHTS 
You're lucky I am not coming back. .20 YEARS 
FROM NOW In jail for killing NYKOTB 



CURTIS SPENCE LUDLOW 
Curt, Curtis, CS, Lud 

"If you have a goal or any ambitions in lift, make sun 
don t let i! pass you by because you will end up missin 
in the long run ' 

LIKES Football, home, friends, times at the HRC in Bt 
weekends, and Ohio DISLIKES Cohasset M)0, Sun 
false rumors, homework USUALLY SEEN WITH II 
Mark, John, Terry, various female com 
ions REMEMBERS MOST Washington DC, Ken s 1 
at 14, Rcaglesvillc, PA, 9/30/89 at HRC with 
Virgin Island Trip. WANTS TO FORGET Ml 
4/ 1 7/88 The bust, child study, and court WORST E 
ROR SHOW Skateboarder meeting Nissan 
on SECRET DESIRE Well, now that's 
cret . FAVORITE HANGOUT Sandy Beach, bed. H 
bar. Mashpec PET PEEVE Out of gas on rainy night 
no place to go CAUSE OF DEATH A freak acciden 
hoiked bus on the route to HAITI 20 YEARS F 
NOW Living in Cohasset or Istanbul with one w 
three LEAVING THOUGHTS All is on, be sttong, 
hard, and you will be as prosperous as me I love you 





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JOHN F MACDONALD 
Johnny. BiU 

'op the madness — John M 

vES Mosi everyone, gullible people, family. Grjms 
ad. fishing, boats, weekends, hotkey , come to papa s. the 
ich. A happy meal AKOB. FS DISLIKES Any rules, 
tfed shells, not being a student ot the month, my 
>lad s homemade bread NOTED FOR Being a BS 
st REMEMBERS MOST Scaling the Prudential Center, 
terskung down the Cape Cod Canal, roller blading down 
.rfolk Road WANTS TO FORGET MOST Losing my 
ting on top of Prudential Center, watcrskung over the 
asr Guard s wake, getting to the bottom of Norfolk 
Ld WORST HORROR SHOW Driving with Mario 
ntendo' PET PEEVE People who put beach for their 
ontc hangout SECRET DESIRE Having too much of 
tything PRIZED POSSESSION General Lee FAVOR- 
E HANGOUT Church CAUSE OF DEATH Shot trying 
rob Kit n Kaboodle LEAVING THOUGHTS Just the 
od Old Boys, never meaning no harm. Duke Boys 



MADLYN A MAC DONALD 
Muddy 

Wc wcrcn t alone, we weren't searching tor some high in 
the sky song, wc were )usi young, restless, and bored 



LIKES Family, tnends. #10. 1 IK. roses, soco. summer 
nights, good rave. tans. )jgs. WR s. Seger. b-ball. soc- 
cer DISLIKES Getting up. takes, bad attitudes, explaining 
myself, fighting, getting taught, busy signals NOTED 
FOR Being tan. gullible, laughing FAVORITE EXPRES- 
SION Whatever" or It's Friday, I'm outta 
here USUALLY SEEN WITH MH. CJ. TM. LH, KL + 
others REMEMBERS MOST 1 H~. Mill Whart. Lantern 
Ln MH w SC + others, times over Kcv s, C urgan Warrior, 
summer 88. 1 18 89. Hull 89. Quino, w HM. Mon- 
treal-DJ s D C-black rooster. Nam 89. Saab. The Af- 
termath-Bos WANTS TO FORGET MOST Homecoming 
86. CP s parry WORST HORROR SHOW 1 don t re- 
member + please don t remind me SECRET DESIRE It 
wouldn't be a secret if I told vou ACTIVITIES Soccer, 
basketball 20 YEARS FROM NOW I II tell you in 20 
years LEAVING THOUGHTS Thanks. Mom and Dad. 
for being there I love you both' 



MARIA MANSSON 
Mia 

En butter min ar bara ett leende uppoch net." 

LIKES Travel, saJtlaknds, snowstorms, Sweden, fam- 
ily, pepparkakor w tangerines, 4 p.m. at FGK. Fal- 
sterbo, my S+A friends, music. DISLIKES Rootbeer, 
rainy summer days, essays, saying good-bye, physics, 
Mondays. Bratwurst, dishonest people, wait- 
ing REMEMBERS MOST Skung. Denmark. May 
'88, 9A, Liv+I first day of school, Martinique, Swe- 
den w ' Juliana, Anna, Laura, Liv, France WANTS 
TO FORGET MOST 8 ' 19 /89- 10/ 15/89 . PET 
PEEVE Mom filing her nails WORST HORROR 
SHOW Det skulle ni ailt bra vilja veta! FAVORITE 
EXPRESSION'S Ja'. Bien Suuur. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH Blond hair + blue eyes . NOTED FOR My 
laugh CAUSE OF DEATH Being squeezed in the 
busline at SSG LEAVING THOUGHTS Tack 
Mamma och Pappa. thanks Sandells. you've been the 
greatest family Anna, I'll miss you as my sister Love 
you, and I'll miss you all! 






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MICHELLE ELIZABETH MASSA 
Shelly 

"If peace cannot be- maintained without honor, it is no 
longer peace. " 

LIKES Family, tennis, Ralph Lauren, watermelon, DI.M, 
bedtime magic, Cohasset, the LSC, Nan+Pop, 140 N Main 
St., Pompano Beach, BC Eagles, Froot Loops, 
U2. DISLIKES Hypocrites, no $, tomatoes, humidity, 
smoke, democrats, hair spray.. FAVORITE EXPRESSION 
"Oh yeah!", "Are you listening.'". NOTED FOR Having 
naturally curly hair . USUALLY SEEN WITH CHS Goo- 
bers. REMEMBERS MOST Times w/FW, Disney trip 
4/5/87, Vern and Elidest, Carnival Cru.se 4/88, SHYC 
summer '89, Dangling w Ker + Ward. WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST Being a puppet. PET PEEVE Litter 
bugs . SECRET DESIRE To have baby blues . PRIZED 
POSSESSION Grey cat and Black cat, Donnay, the 
truth CAUSE OF DEATH Outer Limits. .20 YEARS 
FROM NOW Riding rhrough the desert on a horse with no 
name ACTIVITIES Tennis 1-4 (capt ), Cheerleading 1-2, 
Peer Counseling 3-4, musicals 1-4, yearbook 3-4, Debating 
3-4, Soccer 4. LEAVING THOUGHTS Surely the stars are 
images of love Thanks, Mom and Dad, 1-4-3. 



ADRIENNE SUZANNE MAY 

"There is much more to the world than what lies on the 
surface." — J. Cousteau 

LIKES Taco Bell, Runaway Hill Club, tropical vacations, 
scuba diving, sailing, working out, adventure, froz- 
fruit. DISLIKES Cold weather, vegetables, cleaning, shoe- 
laces. NOTED FOR Hibernation habits, traffic tickets, 
whistling. REMEMBERS MOST My 1st trip to Bos- 
ton. WANTS TO FORGET MOST Numerous car ac- 
cidents.. WORST HORROR SHOW Laurel in the morn- 
ing. PET PEEVE "Have a nice day" and "Shuur". SECRET 
DESIRE The ability to bench more than Schwarzeneg- 
ger. PRIZED POSSESSIONS My green sweatpants, Ru- 
pert, my journals, letters from home, my Army 
Bear. FAVORITE HANGOUT The beach. CAUSE OF 
DEATH Concussion from fallen coconut. .20 YEARS 
FROM NOW I'd like to be a veterinarian with a specialist 
degree in aquatic mammals, living in a warmer cli- 
mate FAVORITE ALBUM "Songs of the Humpback 
Whale". LEAVING THOUGHTS Entering Cohasset my 
senior year was tough; however, everyone was so kind and 
friendly, it was easy to adjust. Thanks so much! Bye, y'all! 



NORA TERESA MCCARTHY 
Norsey, Nowie 
"Down they forgot as up they grew." 

LIKES Driving, the moon, reading, sarcasm, left- handc 
people . DISLIKES School and guilt FAVORITE ACTI\ 
ITIES Questing w/CH, lime-eating contests, lime rick* 
guzzling. .NOTED FOR Leary complej 
"anyways "..USUALLY SEEN WITH CB, AH, BA, PI 
Sp, CC, TH. REMEMBERS MOST Riverside with friend 
both ol AH's parties, "Hey are you looking at me?," singiri 
and dancing on the median strip, the endless bowl ar 
questing with CH . WANTS TO FORGET MOST 10< 
grade . PET PEEVE 10th grade and garnish. WORS 
HORROR SHOW 10th grade SECRET DESIRE To dii 
appear off the face of the earth. PRIZED POSSESSION 
Boris. FAVORITE HANGOUT Amy's rock, peae 
tree. .CAUSE OF DEATH warping into a Mack truck..; 
YEARS FROM NOW looking for Charlotte 
Spain. LEAVING THOUGHTS Thank God its over. 




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SEAN PATRICK MCCARTHY 
Turtle, Skynyrd, Seano, Mica 

ve seen a loc of people who thought they were cool ' Then 
un I've seen a lot of fools. " — Skynyrd 

KES Family, friends, sports, partying, hanging out, mu- 
i Skynyrd, sleeping, eating DISLIKES Bimbos, sad peo- 
L come to papa's, vegetables, SAT'S, loud obnoxious 
jple .REMEMBERS MOST Grampa, Spain, Montreal, 
fwer, rock. Student Council conventions 20 YEARS 
OM NOW Working for Cohasset Town Depart- 
!™ USUALLY SEEN WITH Any membet of Class of 
PRIZED POSSESSION Whale pants. PET PEEVE 
bple eating off my plate. ACTIVITIES Football, bas- 
tball, Student Council. CAUSE OF DEATH Come to 
pa's . WANTS TO FORGET MOST Cranberry 
ce . NOTED FOR Being well-dressed and closely shaven, 
ckup line. FAVORITE HANGOUT The 
ich .FAVORITE EXPRESSION Love of my life, reason I 
e, center of my universe and "Hey" LEAVING 
IOUGHTS Thanks Mom and Dad, see you B, it's been 
1, love you lots, and to the class of '90, love you guys, mi 
a su casa. Save the seals Au revoir, Adios, Arriverderci! 



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CHRISTOPHER MCELROY 
Mac, Elvis 

"Duke et decorum est pro patria mori." — 
Wilfred Owen 

LIKES Republicans, football, debating, lacrosse, 
family . DISLIKES Liberals, Democrats, com- 
mies, Siberia, Jane Fonda. .NOTED FOR Po- 
litical opinions.. SECRET DESIRE to be a mil- 
itary dictator. . WANTS TO FORGET MOST 
The Carter years, Iran-Contra.. CAUSE OF 
DEATH Accidental nuclear missile detona- 
tion. .PRIZED POSSESSION My car, "the Mac 
mobile". FAVORITE HANGOUT The T.V. 
room..20 YEARS FROM NOW Supreme Al- 
lied Commander of Europe in charge of all 
NA.T.O. Conventional and Nuclear Forces. 





RICHARD OWEN MCLAUGHLIN 
Rich, Dickie 

"You don't get what you want unless you're RICH!" 

LIKES Family, friends, sleeping, hockey, $, week- 
ends, vacations, winning, girlfriend, warm weather, 
sailing, tans, skiing, AKOB, most people. .DISLIKES 
No $, curfews, early mornings, homework, getting 
caught, liars, rules, being interrupted.. NOTED FOR 
Always being late.. USUALLY SEEN WITH People I 
like . REMEMBERS MOST 5/13/89 "BIG-MOE," 
Subaru, 7/23/89 "CLOE".. WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST 5/13/89 "BIG-MOE," 10/23/89 
GAGE '..PET PEEVE People with ex- 
cuses. PRIZED POSSESSION Ben, good memo- 
ries.. CAUSE OF DEATH I don't know. I'll be 
dead!. .20 YEARS FROM NOW RICH & hap- 
py!. FAVORITE EXPRESSION. .Get your head 
out. . L.ACTIVITIES Football (1), hockey (2,3,4).. 
LEAVING THOUGHTS "If the shoe fits, wear it!" 




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MICHAEL ANTHONY MERCURIO 

"Want to come a little closer, I'll butter your pop- 
corn." — Andrew Dice Clay 

LIKES Family, friends, Karen, music, Flori- 
da.. DISLIKES People with attitude problems, losing, 
Mondays . NOTED FOR Driving below the speed 
limit . REMEMBERS MOST The Cougar, snow- 
banks at CHS, summer at BU, November of 
1987. WANTS TO FORGET MOST Short boat 
trip with J . WORST HORROR SHOW Car ac- 
cident in Boston. .PET PEEVE Slow drivers.. SECRET 
DESIRE Owning a small island in Florida . PRIZED 
POSSESSION The GT . FAVORITE HANGOUT 
The beach. CAUSE OF DEATH Lack of sleep . 20 
YEARS FROM NOW Wealthy, happy and hope- 
fully retired.. FAVORITE ACTIVITIES Basketball, 
football, baseball, soccer, biking, fishing, 
golf . LEAVING THOUGHT Later Gonzo, life now 
begins. . . 



SCOTT MOLINARI 
Scooter 

'Working hard, working my way to success. 



LIKES Long bike rides, cooking class, working 
on productions for AV.. FAVORITE ACTIV- 
ITY bike riding, skiing . REMEMBERS MOST 
being named Student of the Month in my junior 
year.. NOTED FOR dependability. PRIZED 
POSSESSION Spirit Award tro- 
phy. FAVORITE TEACHER Mr. Bill Fal- 
lon. .20 YEARS FROM NOW have my own 
home, family, and business. .LEAVING 
THOUGHTS hoping for a great and happy 
future. 




GREGG NOURIE 
Chi co 

"The trouble with the future is that it usually arrives bef 1 
we re ready for it." 

LIKES going out, animals, music, food, j 
school. DISLIKES Hmwk, school, tests, traitors, ballooo 
accidents NOTED FOR My car, 103, what's up, hav 
nice clothes, being nice . USUALLY SEEN WITH 
anyone, girls, JM, KM, DC, SP. REMEMBERS MC> 
Mark Delaney, Canada 10th grade, adoption, Z's pa^; 
Olympics, Bahamas, France, RK. WORST HORRti 
SHOW Cops, Hill Street, Cohasset, punching a windii 
dying, boys' locker room, if not being adopted, Bo 
ta . WANTS TO FORGET MOST 8389 death, first grsri 
8/81, hospital, chasing bus in kindergarten. PET PEE! 
two-faced people, anyone who can't make up 
mind. PRIZED POSSESSIONS My mom, Lion, mom 
car.CAUSE OF DEATH 1st — Hugos, 2nd — dyinj. 
too much money . 20 YEARS FROM NOW By the ag. 
30, to be a millionaire and own my own rest 
rant.. LEAVING THOUGHTS "Temptations, unlike 
portunities, will always give you many second chanc 
Good Luck to the rest of my graduating class. Well, it 
fun, but it's over. 






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TERRANCE O'LEARY 
Terry T, O, Clarance 

•tanding on a mountain of dreams telling myself it 's not as 
rd as it seems" — Led Zep 

KES Family, friends, money, Kodiak, Led Zep, Doors, 
»d. Floyd, Stones, Red Lion, Tallies, Bob DISLIKES 
obs, early mornings, NH staties, motaheads, work, get- 
ig caught, police, rumors, rules, sport Billy. FAVORITE 
mVITIES Football, basketball . NOTED FOR Having 
excuse USUALLY SEEN WITH MD, JM, MC, JG, 
., RS, Big dip .REMEMBERS MOST Papa Ginos w/CL, 
Z, GK, during school . WANTS TO FORGET MOST 
ituate PD w/MD, KC at Wood island . WORST HOR- 
3R SHOW Halloween '86 in Zachs Dodge Omni . PET 
•EVE People telling weekend war stones . PRIZED POS- 
•SSION Caprice Classic I and II .SECRET DESIRE If I 
Id you, it wouldn't be a secret. FAVORITE HANGOUT 
^ch and harbor . CAUSE OF DEATH Victim of a dnve- 
! shooting . LEAVING THOUGHTS Thanks, Mom and 
ad. 



HILARY BETH PROODIAN 
Hil, Hils 
"Only those who dare . truly live." 

LIKES Heavy metal, Diet Coke, Rock Stars, babe-hunting, 
red roses, D, family, friends, tattoos, leather, Head bangers 
Ball, "B" + Sebastian. DISLIKES Z94+KISS 108, snobs, 
NE weather, 6 am, boredom, mouse's driving, fight- 
ing. REMEMBERS MOST Opposum family, POISON '88 
+ Bret's body, LA Guns +KN, Monster of Rock, Rick+Jeff, 
Tats, Concerts, T's w/d's. Grandma, summers, Montreal, 
Hull Forts, blue car, Wompatuck w/GG, Horseneck, bak- 
ery, fishing w/Karen, K's fat lip. Girls Night 
Out . WANTS TO FORGET MOST I won the game!," 
7/29/89, fights, Halloween '87, the next day, K's wet 
pants, bad memories, "Are you in first?" w/Dee. WORST 
HORROR SHOW New Years '88-89 PET PEEVE Cold 
weather, when you sit down and thighs look twice as big as 
they are . SECRET DESIRE S.O.T.B. w/Bret Michaels and 
a certain someone from Cohasset 20 YEARS FROM NOW 
In L A. . LEAVING THOUGHTS "I've been in this little 
town too long!!" 



ISABEL RAMALLO 
Momo, Ratoncita, Anne of Green Gables 

LIKES friends, parties, music, soccer, football, hats, warm 
weather, drive, eat, drink, Winnie the Pooh, bis- 
cuits. DISLIKES Cooking, mean people, houseworking, 
melon, boring parties, soup. FAVORITE ACTIVITIES 
Dance, laughing, doing crazy things, having fun, meeting 
with friends, travel, knowing different places and people, 
having good friends around the world, adventure . NOTED 
FOR Being the shortest, being funny, laughing, Spanish 
student, good driver . USUALLY SEEN WITH Carole B, 
Alison D, the Reidys, Brian S, the soccer team, the senior 
'90 grade. . REMEMBERS MOST Trip to Italy, first driv- 
ing lesson, first mets from Cohasset. WANTS TO FOR- 
GET MOST The day I left Spain, the day I have to leave 
Cohasset. WORST HORROR SHOW My first day away 
from my friends. PET PEEVE People staring at 
me. SECRET DESIRE Have the best year of my life in 
Cohasset. PRIZED POSSESSION DADA. friends, 
shoes. .FAVORITE HANGOUT Beach. CAUSE OF 
DEATH Driving with Doc(35)..20 YEARS FROM NOW 
Politician for poor people . LEAVING THOUGHTS Span- 
ish Ambassador in Cohasset. 




JAMES REIDY 
Jim, Jimmy, Joel 

"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in 
moments of comfort and convenience but where he stands at 
times of challenge and controversy." — JK 

LIKES Family, ALS, S-family, soccer, relaxing, traveling, 
friends, winning, Dan, Ed, BP . DISLIKES Losing, Brom- 
field, St Mary's, mornings, Dad's h. Mom's list, pressure, 
big cars, SAT's . NOTED FOR Being a twin, smiling, my 
hoopability,, REMEMBERS MOST Times w/Anna, State 
Tourney, Spain '88, Hawaii '89. Montreal, Ver , DC '88, 
friends, 12/10/85, Bos at X-mas WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST St Mary '88, NH '87, Bowdoin 88, ALS- 
vac FAVORITE ACTIVITIES Soccer, hanging out, telling 
stories .USUALLY SEEN WITH ALS, JR, BP, NC, ET, 
SM, JC, MM, JH PET PEEVE Lack of time PRIZED 
POSSESSION My can of soda .20 YEARS FROM NOW 
Still smiling, but older and wiser. LEAVING THOUGHTS 
"It's been real, It's been fun, It's been real fun.'' Thanks, 
Mom & Dad, I love you. Jen, Good Luck and have a good 
time, I'll miss you. Anna, Thanks, I'll miss you. 



JOEL REIDY 
Jim 

"Winning isn't everything, but it sure beats anything that 
comes in second."' 



LIKES Family, friends, Jemima, soccer ice-hockey, Dan, 
winning, shut-outs, sleeping, Mr D . . . DISLIKES Losing, 
curfews, Dad's '%, Mom's list, Bromfield, St Mary's, morn- 
ings. FAVORITE ACTIVITIES Soccer, hockey, doing noth- 
ing. NOTED FOR Being a twin, voice, soccer . USUALLY 
SEEN WITH Other half, Pomp. REMEMBERS MOST 
Canada, Spain, Medway '86, ..WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST WPI '86, '87, St Mary's '88, TILTON, across the 
street . WORST HORROR SHOW Ski trip to WV„ 1st 
hockey practice. PET PEEVE Chewing gum loud- 
ly. SECRET DESIRE To find out what it's like not to be a 
twin. PRIZED POSSESSION Goalie equipment, Jemima, 
the VAM.. FAVORITE HANGOUT Anywhere away from 
Mom's list. CAUSE OF DEATH Asking one question too 
many . 20 YEARS FROM NOW Happy, healthy, and 
wealthy LEAVING THOUGHTS Jen, have fun with 
VAM, TC take control. 



CARRIE LOUISE RIPLEY 
Carr, Rip, Fruitloop 
"Material things don't bind friends together, it's the menu 
ories that last forever!" 

LIKES Family, friends, the Fich's, the Gen's, the Gj, 
Ducks, L-talks, laughing, DC, slushes, Class of '90, RW. 
sleeping late, Soaps, remembering when. DISLIKES Pean u 
butter, divorce, boredom, wondering "What happened?!' 
breaking up . NOTED FOR Reciting RAW w/Dee+KX 
being hyper + clowning around. USUALLY SEEN WITT 
DG, KS, ME + the gang. WANTS TO FORGET MOSS 
Semi '89. REMEMBERS MOST 12/28/88, 7/4/88, fam 
life "til "87, NY's w/HP+BA, 9/23/89, NY's 8* 
"Kar+Carr here's a souvenir from last nite!", "Look< 
shoooting star!," Girls' nite out 88+89, KS, BA+KA's RAV 
6 yrs w/Grampie at home, 14 yrs w/BA, Meersie danr 
ing . WORST HORROR SHOW 5/13/89, Gettii' 
Grapes in Kar's radiator . PET PEEVE Tonite??, missinj 
GH, fighting w/ME. PRIZED POSSESSION My mei 
ones.. CAUSE OF DEATH Laughing hystericalih 
w/Dee+Kar over Eddie . LEAVING THOUHGTS J< i 
good luck w/the next 6 yrs HAHA, Dad, Mom, Ga; : 
Scott, Jen + Jack-thank you 4 everything, I luv u all v< • 
much. Dee, you're the best and 1 luv ya!! 




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STEVEN WOODROW RITTS 
The Hammer 

Life is a waste of time; time is a waste of life; so get w asted 
id have the time of your life.'' 

[KES Football, good music, hockey, weekends. Rascal, 
sping, Monty Python, snow, arguing, flex break, suc- 
ss . DISLIKES The loss of Mr. Fallon, boneheads, Hull, 
•mmies. losing, waking up early, being broke. CTP s, 
jmework, cats, liars. SATs, mosquitos FAVORITE EX- 
S.ESSION "What the helL'! SECRET DESIRE To suc- 
ed Lee Ma|ors as the Bioruc Man REMEMBERS MOST 
Montreal '89, B-dav 88, 1/24/87, summer night at the 
ach, ET s fall at Jay Peak.. WANTS TO FORGET MOST 
xing on Thankgiving '88, 10th grade, dishwashing at 
ugo's .USUALLY SEEN WITH Different people at dif- 
rent times WORST HORROR SHOW Playing hockey 
18- 89 season, taking Spanish, first day at 
HS FAVORITE ACTIVITIES Football, partying, work- 
ig out. PET PEEVE Stupid questions, getting 
ught. NOTED FOR Being the Hammer 20 YEARS 
"R.OM NOW A success at something. CAUSE OF 
'EATH Flipping the ieep. LEAVING THOUGHTS "It's 
small world, but I wouldn't want to paint it." 



MICHAEL ROLANDELLI 
Rolli 

"Party on Wayne." 

LIKES Friends, family, surfing. Maui, girls, sports. Jersey 
Shore, skiing DISLIKES Drugs, styners, flat spells, kooks, 
come to papa's. .USUALLY SEEN WITH ME, SB, SM, ET, 
the rest of the football team, and almost everyone else your 
mommy warned you about .REMEMBERS MOST Wave 
w/ME, 9/9/89, Pupu infernos at Koko. ET+ me blowing 
up the stove in Home Ec .the CAV.. WORST HORROR 
SHOW ME's kids. Seano turns into opera ballet star . 20 
YEARS FROM NOW Whit owes town $80000 for to- 
talling 3 buses while Hydroplaning." Seano s a townie. 
hangs out at the legion and goes to the track in his scylin 
clothes, Eric joins the circus and gets shot out of a cannon for 
a living, Mike travels world in hiding from BIG 
MOE CAUSE OF DEATH Eaten by sharks in Nantucket 
that ME didn't see or some unpredictable Griswold ad- 
venture. LEAVING THOUGHTS Thanks. Mom & Dad. 
Good luck, Chris Good luck to everyone + in the immortal 
words of Jeff Spicioli. Hey. bud. LETS PARTY!" 



MICHELE LEE ROURKE 

"You gotta cry tough out on the streets to make your 
dreams happen You gotta cry out of the world to make 
them all come true Lite ain't no easy ride and sometimes a 
rainbow is better than a pot of gold You've gotta stick and 
can't give in without a fight!" 

LIKES Denmark, family, friends, music, roses, traveling, 
having fun, cats, smiling, partying, beach DISLIKES Gray 
Mopar, boredom, fights, lies, wearing shoes REMEMBERS 
MOST Family vacations. Denmark. Montreal ski trip. The 
Lake. 2/29/88, 6/8/88, 8/8/88. NOTED FOR always 
smiling FAVORITE ACTIVITIES AFS, field hockey, snow 
skiing, water sports . WORST HORROR SHOW 
6/23/89 — town parking lot. 20 YEARS FROM NOW 
Having all my dreams come true!. LEA V ING 
THOUGHTS Some things in the past are better left be- 
hind!! Thank you. Mom. Dad and Jim! Thanks, Carole, for 
being such a great AFS sistet and friend! Good Luck 
underclassmen! Goodbye to all!! TAK POR ALT!! 
FARVEU! 





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EDITH SAINT ELOI 

Evil, Cool, Ede, E-Z, Chynah 
"God grant me the Serenity to accept the things I cannot 
change. Courage to change the things I can, and the 
Wisdom to know the difference." 

I.IKES Family, food, fast cars, Pat, Kasey, TB, Chico, 
Becky, Adam, movies, traveling, parties DISLIKES 5 am, 
Sunday drivers, CHS, Monday mornings, 
snobs . FAVORITE ACTIVITIES Track, volleyball, cheer- 
ing, yearbook. FAVORITE EXPRESSION "Ya right!," 
"No, sir ' NOTED FOR being Evil . USUALLY SEEN 
WITH the other Evils . REMEMBERS MOST Marine Bio, 
Mr Bouchard, Wash., Humanitarian Award, Mr Emmons' 
characters, 2/7/89, track meets . WANTS TO FORGET 
MOST 11/24/89. WORST HORROR SHOW Getting 
chased by CF..PET PEEVE Being called Pat. SECRET DE- 
SIRE None of your business . PRIZED POSSESSIONS My 
stuffed animals, curling iron. FAVORITE HANGOUT 
Lib., NSH, room 103. CAUSE OF DEATH Murdered by 
Marine Bio classmates of 89. .20 YEARS FROM NOW 
Married and successful. LEAVING THOUGHTS Thanks 
to my family. Thanks to Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Ely, Mrs. Civale. 
I appreciate everything. Good Luck Sindie. GOD BLESS!!!! 




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BRIAN KEITH SHULTZ 
Bn, Shultz, Shultzy 

"I've seen my life. Some things 1 took for granted, )ust 
passed me by, so many second chances. I was afraid. I won't 
be afraid no more "JBJ 

LIKES Family, friends, soccer, lacrosse, sports, G'N'R, rock 
n roll, weekends, Brasii, Germany, summer, traveling, 
getting Mr. O on raves, debating. DISLIKES Snobs, fakes, 
being broke, Mondays, curfew, earless, sprained an- 
kle. NOTED FOR The nose!!.. USUALLY SEEN WITH 
JL, IR, CM, CB, AH, and gang, BB and anyone else I 
forgot . REMEMBERS MOST Germany summer 1987, 
Brasii summer 1988, summer 1989, Riverside expedi- 
tion.. WANTS TO FORGET MOST Comment in CM's 
car, the bus, clayorama. WORST HORROR SHOW Lax 
boxing with Jim and OUie. PET PEEVES Slow drivers, not 
admitting you're wrong, talking behind one's 
back . SECRET DESIRE To rid Cohasset of snobs.. PRIZED 
POSSESSION The Vol.. CAUSE OF DEATH Wrath of the 
bus!!. .20 YEARS FROM NOW Married and success- 
ful. FAVORITE EXPRESSION "NOT "..LEAVING 
THOUGHTS Bye Mom, Dad, Bob, Dave — thanks for the 
support, Bye — the last of the Shultz dynasty. 





MATTHEW FORD SILVIA 
Matt, Matty, Porch 

"Ain't no time to hate, barely time to wait. Wo i 
Ho, what I want to know — where does the tim<n 

go?" 

LIKES The Dead, skiing, Blues and R+R, am 
drama, cold pizza, AD+D.. DISLIKES Conformin 
ty, fascists, war, ghost nets, Nazism, Brusser 
sprouts. .NOTED FOR Parties, "fixing it," artsi* 
stuff.. USUALLY SEEN WITH The Hat+Jacketi 
JM, DC, no cash. .REMEMBERS MOST Montreai 
m. WANTS TO FORGET MOST Being a meci 
al head. .PET PEEVE Funeral directors who saa 
"Hope to see you folks again reaa 
soonA.SECRET DESIRE Now, if I told you thaUi 
it wouldn't be a secret anymore, wouM 
it?.. PRIZED POSSESSION The autographer 
guitar. CAUSE OF DEATH Mace.. LEAVING! 
THOUGHTS There really isn't time to say aa 
that should be said, besides you've all done it s* 
well! Good Luck, Good bye, and I'll see you wher 
we meet again! 







LAURA MARIE SMART 
It is better to sit there looking stupid than to open your 
nouth and remove all doubt." 

.IKES Family, Smokey, Peru, Sweden, traveling, Porsches, 
ny VW, California, foreigners, liberals, when Ian is 
ice .DISLIKES Cold winters, perfect people, prejudice, 
iets, closed minds, calculus, SAT's, essays, commit- 
lents .USUALLY SEEN WITH Who I am with. NOTED 
OR Babbling, Montreal tucking in, Hairbrush- 
ig. REMEMBERS MOST Liv, fruitpunch w/the gang, 
■fontreal '88- 89, First Night, bachelorette party, Van- 
ouver, Jen's six inch personal, NAPA, Chella . WANTS 
O FORGET MOST 7/21/88, 7/4/89, graduation, Flor- 
Ja '89, Homecoming '88. WORST HORROR SHOW 
)riving with Kerri. FAVORITE HANGOUT Foreign 
ountries, the beach — where else? SECRET DESIRE No 
sponsibilities and lots of money. PET PEEVE Boston 
ccents, snoring . 20 YEARS FROM NOW Ambassador of 
3 me country . CAUSE OF DEATH Old age .LEAVING 
"HOUGHTS If these are the carefree years, what are the 
est going to be like? 



KASEY SMITH 

"We thought we had all the answers. It was the 
questions we had wrong." — U2 

LIKES Bob Marley, camper, hothouse flowers, 
waterboys, pii, peace, art, Ms. Lucas, topper, B-52's, 
incense, Cambridge, Amnesty, Greenpeace, Peace 
and Justice group, Dali, Magritte, Pollack, Ireland, 
art major, Pogues, Pete Payack, spy, ritual music, 
Lucas samaras.. DISLIKES Fascist school systems, 
gym, oppression, Republicans, New Kids on the 
Block, rap.. REMEMBERS MOST U2 concert, Dylan 
concert, Bohemians, Femmes, art all 
state . FAVORITE POSSESSIONS Irish sweater, my 
car.. 20 YEARS FROM NOW Hanging out in Ire- 
land, painting the landscape. . LEA VING 
THOUGHTS You guys are so unhip, it's a wonder 
your bums don't fall off! 



PATRICIA CLEOH SMITH 
Pat, Patty, Cleopatra, E-Z, Parte, Trish 

"Innocence is like a delicate exotic flower: touch it, 
and the bloom is gone." 

LIKES Family, friends, the Smith family, my host 
family, Mrs. Tolini, parties, music, dancing, Hon- 
duras, METCO . DISLIKES Waking up at 5:00 a.m., 
racism, fake people, trouble makers. .ACTIVITIES 
Basketball (1), track (2,3,4,), cheerleading (3), year- 
book, dancing, Peace and Justice.. USUALLY SEEN 
WITH The Evils and Chico. PET PEEVE People 
who crack their knuckles . SECRET DESIRE If I told 
you, it wouldn't be a secret.. FAVORITE SAYING 
"No Sir," "You are not the one. "..20 YEARS 
FROM NOW "Married with children"??? yeah 
right. CAUSE OF DEATH Going 
bald . REMEMBERS MOST Summer of 89' — 
M ASP. LEA VING THOUGHTS Its been real, see 
ya!!! 






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KARIN LYNN STORY 
Kar, Kar- Bear 

You can't have everything, where would you put it?'. 
LIKES Family, friends, diet coke, sleeping late, the beach, 
smudge, summer, $, hugs, guys, Class of 1990, porches, 
heavy metal, tuna, "RA W".. DISLIKES Fighting, working, 
nothing to do, hospitals, curfews, good-byes, red 
meat REMEMBERS MOST Pee adventures w/ Candi, 
New Years 88-89, Hill won the game ", NEMC, Jan to 
Feb 87', mini, CR's spaghetti, talks w / mom. Peg's rug w/ 
KA, 9989. "Get out of my house", NR. WORST HOR- 
ROR SHOW Joshua James parking lot, CC . NOTED 
FOR Getting caught and being grounded CAUSE OF 
DEATH Andreyas driving SECRET DESIRE To live on 
Rodeo Dr in Beverly Hills USUALLY SEEN WITH CJ, 
HP. AC, DG, CR, NR. and anyone else who will be seen 
with me WANTS TO FORGET MOST The times I can t 
remember PRIZED POSSESSION My friends and my 
memories LEAVING THOUGHTS Mom and Dad 1-4-3 
forever!!. Thanks to all my friends, I love you guys!, Ryan- 
good luck with the next nine years. Hope it's fun, 
Andreya-I can read the license plates! We are too dose!! ", 
Adios and good-bye! 



ERIC J THERIAULT 
"Party on Garf." 

LIKES pepperoni bread, Van "THE MAN" Morrison, 
Lynyrd Skynyrd, frosted flakes DISLIKES come to Papa's, 
Prince. Noah's dog, chocolate .FAVORITE ACTIVITIES 
football, diving, skiing, basketball NOTED FOR running 
red lights while in Drivers' Ed., Jackson 5 ..USUALLY 
SEEN WITH the football team and a tew wimps who play 
soccer REMEMBERS MOST Montreal, Syracuse, blowing 
up the stove with Roll, Halloween, yesterday WORST 
HORROR SHOW Maine '89, Drivers' Ed., trombone 
lessons . SECRET DESIRE to star in a movie with Pee Wee 
Herman and Ed Gnmley. PRIZED POSSESSIONS sou- 
venir trom Larry the Legend, Buckwheat poster, Fred Flint- 
stone action figure FAVORITE HANGOUT beach, B.sh's 
basement. CAUSE OF DEATH eaten by Jaws or shot by 
CHS librarians . 20 YEARS FROM NOW Roll will be 
working at a toxic waste co in NJ. Noah, the watcrboy for 
the Dallas Cowboys, Seano stars in a skin flick and becomes 
the next Opra Winfrey. Doc, a Solid Gold reject, librarians 
star as munchkins in Wizard ot ()z Part II 



W. GREGORY THOMAS, JR 
Jr . GTJ. Bear, Chairman 

"If all I do is play the game, then 1 am just mediocre VM 
strive to be the best we can, not to |ust get over " — KRS-* 

LIKES family, friends, KRS-I, the Marsacs, Porsche 
Nikes, rap music, almost all foods, football, basketball, bi> 
parties DISLIKES Smokers, losing, snobs, Adidas, come t 
papa's, 5 a.m., stages, 9th grade projects. NOTED FO I 
eating wherever I see a sign "Free . USUALLY SEEE 
WITH football team REMEMBERS MOST the BDP coo 
cert. WANTS TO FORGET MOST wearing a w« 
suit. WORST HORROR SHOW any movie w/my hein 
Freddy Kruger PET PEEVE people that wear sneakers liti! 
mine LIKE TO THANK everyone who let me stay overri 
their house, especially the Marsacs. FAVORITE HANC( 
OUT everyone's house I've stayed at. CAUSE OF DEATH 
putting my head through a backboard while trying 
jam. .20 YEARS FROM NOW playing pro football for tit 
Chicago Bears. FAVORITE SAYINGS "Whadup," 1 
Disagree!" " That s done "..LEAVING THOUGHT!' 
When it comes to L I F E , ya living in a full time ei Jl 
peace!! 





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JOEL G WHITMAN 
Whit, Whity 

)mpany always on the run/ Destiny with the rising sun/ 
as born six gun in my hand/ Behind a gun I'll make my 
J stand.'' — Bad Company 

'.ES Family, friends, Brooke, F 1 50, fishing, summer 
hts, seven buoys, Boston, Led Zep, Sting, 4x4, money, 
1.. DISLIKES Busy signals, fights, flakes, fakes, no gas, 
pie who drive the speed limit, rainy days, Mondays, 
lors, CTP. FAVORITE ACTIVITIES Football, hockey, 
er sports w/Mike E. NOTED FOR Living for the 
kend. USUALLY SEEN WITH BA, JM, ME, MR, 
1, football team and other dregs of the 
h.. REMEMBERS MOST Montreal '88, 89, spring 
key, everything w/JM, ME, RM, Boston concert "87", 

getting in a fight with gas attendant.. WANTS TO 
RGET MOST KC '86, Homecoming '88. WORST 
)RROR SHOW Caught w/ME by George on 
k. SECRET DESIRE Only BA knows PRIZED POS- 

SION Ford when it works. FAVORITE EXPRESSION 
ley, what's up REF '..CAUSE OF DEATH Car accident 
iET. 20 YEARS FROM NOW In the Bahamas, married 
[IA on 64 ft. Hatteras, fishing . LEAVING THOUGHTS 

nks a lot KJ it was the best time of my life. LATER 
YS! 



FRANK A. WILLSHIRE 
Franky 

"The only thing you can't do is ski through a 
revolving door." 

LIKES tennis, soccer, Michelle.. DISLIKES home- 
work, taking laps, SAT's, Kevin Hinckley. .NOTED 
FOR never using white out, always finishing first on 
tests.. USUALLY SEEN WITH Michelle, Noah, Pe- 
ter. .REMEMBERS MOST Scituate Prom. WANTS 
TO FORGET MOST night at CR house . WORST 
HORROR SHOW 8th grade . SECRET DESIRE to 
win a match against Duxbury.. PRIZED POSSES- 
SION my Penn State sweater . FAVORITE HANG- 
OUT tennis courts. CAUSE OF DEATH over- 
studying.. 20 YEARS FROM NOW still after school 
getting help. LEAVING THOUGHTS never say no 
to what you have yet to discover. 



LAUREN MICHELLE WOOD 
Lou, Roren, Woodsie, La 

"I always knew that looking back on my crying would make 
me laugh, but I never knew that looking back on my 
laughing would make me cry." 

LIKES Family, friends, skating, sutptises, laughing, hugs, 
comfy clothes, long talks, beach walks, class of 
'90.. DISLIKES Crutches, crying, good-byes, being over- 
tired, cream cheese . REMEMBERS MOST Prom '89, LP 
'89, Dallas 88, CC, letters from Dad, FI '87, Duckhunting 
w/Sue+Thor, shoo-be-doo w/CS, B in our bowl-JC, ice 
surfing w/Steph — semi 89, 10/31/86, funny picture — 
J+S, Coh. Winter Gardens, Larry w/ DG . PRIZED POS- 
SESSION Memories . CAUSE OF DEATH Sue's driving, 
that one last time — DH. USUALLY SEEN WITH 
Friends + other rink rats . NOTED FOR Crutches, laughing, 
I-SK8 mobile. .SECRET DESIRE To eat a donut 
w/Marcia..20 YEARS FROM NOW 38. LEAVING 
THOUGHTS Thanx Mom, Dad, Gammy, Dick 143! 
Good luck KP, KW, MB, MW, GE and everyone at 
Rockland Rink! 143 Class of '90! 




SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 




DONE MOST FOR CHS MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Jim Reidy and Jill Hamilton Pat Conroy and Suzzunne DeCruz 




BEST COMBO OF BEAUTY AND BRAINS 
Zach Hochkeppel and Juliana Chittick 



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MOST SINCERE 
Frank Willshire and Julie Caristi 



CUTEST 
Sean Gallagher and Hilary Proodian 




MOST MUSICAL 
Jason Cameron and Robin Haynes 



MOST ARTISTIC 
Kasey Smith and Dudley Bryan 



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FRIENDLIEST CLASS RAVERS 

Michael Rolandelli and Kristin Jackson Sean McCarthy and Edith Saint Eloi 




BEST LOOKING 
Curt Ludlow and Brooke Anderson 




MOST VERSATILE MOST DRAMATIC 

Kerri Anglin and Jim Reidy Pam Haase and Zach Hochkeppel 



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CLASS CONNIVERS 
Madlyn MacDonald and Terry O'Leary 




WHY TEACHERS GO MAD 
Michelle Hartley and Greg Thomas 




MOST DISORGANIZED 
Ian Browne and Veronica deVos 





CLASS CLOWNS 
John MacDonald and Carrie Ripley 



MOST TALKATIVE 

Laura Smart and Michael Dockray 



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CLASS COUPLE 
Michael Mercurio and Karen Atkinson 



CLASS FLIRTS 
Jason Cameron and Deana Genovese 




BEST DRESSED 
Noah Hill and Michelle Massa 





CLASS ASTRONAUTS 
Steve Ritts and Liz Buckley 



WITTIEST 
John MacDonald and Candi Jones 



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Hoping to learn more about our faculty, we asked, "What meant the most to you in the year 1989-1990:'" 




Mr. Hart — Superintendent: 

And the wall came tumbling 
down. 




Ms. Babaian — 

Guidance: The destruction 
of the Berlin Wall, 
Perestroika and Glasnost. 



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Ms. Gallagher — Principal: 

The opening of the Eastern 
Bloc countries. 






Mr. DeLorenzo — Asst. 
Principal: The cry for 
freedom around the world is 
being heard: walls tumbling, 
prisoners released, doors to 
freedom opened. 



Mr. Leary — Dir. of 
Student Services: Thank yc 
for your prayers and well 
wishes. May you deserve all 
that you get and get all that 
you deserve! 



Mrs. Porter — Guidance: With the 
incredible world events, we can all sense 
an awakening of a new spirit of hope 
and challenge. 




Mrs. Brennock — Sec'y.: Back in October of '69 when I 
was still young and in my prime, I joined the ranks of CHJ 
have enjoyed my stay as you can guess! Now it's time to m 
on and bid my adieu; I'll enjoy my retirement, but will mi: j 
all of you! 




Mrs. Shultz — Sec'y.: Bob and 
Dave at Bowdoin, Brian's 
acceptance at Babson, Bob and 
Jen's engagement. 




Mrs. Carter — Sec'y.: 
New Year, New Job, New 
Boss, New Friends. 




Mrs. Berzansky — Sec'y. 
Mandela, Berlin Wall, 
graduation of 3 of my 
children from college and 
medical school. 



Mrs. Greenwood — 

Sec'y.: Hooray for Lotus 1- 
2-3! 



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s. Mulligan — 

'y.: Donald and 

inis in college, Danny 

;rade 2, my job at 

IS. 




. Bouchard — Soc. 
I survived having 
r children for another 




s. Ciciotte — 
rse: A wonderful 
lily and the pleasure 
neing with CHS 
dents and faculty. 




. Dunn — Math: 
aching the Berlin 
ill. 



Mr. Feingold — 

Acc't.: Democratization 
of Eastern Europe. 



Mrs. Lyons — Clerk: 

Coming to work at the 
high school that I 
graduated from. 




Mrs. Brown — 
METCO: The METCO 
class of '89 graduated; 
Mandela was freed. 



Mr. Cisneros — 

Science: Realizing that I 
am mortal, and should 
take time to smell the 
roses! 




Mrs. Ely — Special 

Needs: Getting to know 
a terrific group of kids 
— the Class of 1990. 



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Mr. Buckley — Alt. 

School: Dissolution of 
the Communist world; 
the revolutions of 
Eastern Europe. 



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Mrs. Civale — Special 
Needs: Returning from 
oblivion. 



Mr. Emmons — 
English: Being asked 
about the best thing that 
happened to me in 
1990. 



Mrs. Batts — Library: 

The breaking down of 
Communism and the 
unification of Europe. 




Mrs. Burbank — 

Eng.: Persecuted Jews 
leaving Russian prisons, 
heading toward Zion! 




Mrs. Cronin — Eng.: 

There are glimmers of 
hope that the world is 
evolving into a more 
democratic and socially 
conscious world. 




Mr. Erbe — Science: 
My 6th-period class. 



Ms. Beatson — Math: 
Watching the Berlin 
Wall come down. 




Mr. Chatterton — 
Phys. Ed.: My 

granddaughter 
Kelsie's birth, and 
the great success of 
the boys' soccer team. 




Mrs. Devin — 
Mathematics: 
Cohasset voted an 
override so we can 
maintain our 
standards at CHS. 




Senor Federico — 
Foreign Lang.: We 

saw old walls come 
down; let's be assured 
that future ones don't 
go up. 



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Ms. Foley — Music: 

On my 29th birthday, 
being picked up in a 
limousine by Mrs. 
Lahage and serenaded by 
a group led by Mr. 
ONeU. 




Ms. Gray — Foreign 
Lang.: Receiving a very 
special Christmas gift 
and having some really 
special students and 
classes. 




Mr. Kuntz — Phys. 

Ed: The pleasure of 
reuniting with the class 
of 1990, my former 
Deer Hill students. 




Mrs. Lee — Math: All 

the walls came tumbling 
down. 



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Mr. Fortin — Foreign 
Lang.: Seeing the Berlin 
Wall crumble under the 
weight of the will of the 
East German people. 



Mr. Hogan — Math: 

Gorbachev turned the 
Soviet Union toward 
democracy. 




Mrs. Lahage — Bus. 

Ed: For the first time in 
Communist countries 
(except Albania) people 
have true religious 
freedom. 




Ms. Lucas — Art: The 
freedoms that are being 
allowed all over the 
world. 




Mr. Franey — Science: 

My daughter's 
graduation from college. 




Mr. Hughes — 
Industrial Arts: My 

grandson came off 
medication for seizures. 




Mrs. Lalumiere — 
Math: Because of the 
events of Eastern Europe 
and S. Africa, the class 
of 1990 will face a 
brighter world. 




Mr. MacDermott — 
Social St.: The birth of 
my first grandchild, 
Brett Allen. 



Mr. Gill — Health 

Ed: The birth of our 
first child, Kelly. 




Mr. Kelly — Social 
St.: The possibility of 
Japan's Cold Fusion 
effort producing startling 
claims of bursts of 
neutrons. 




Mr. Leach — Special 
Needs: Teaching last 
year's 7th-grade students 
for another year. 




Mr. Magnussen — 

Science: Returning to 
CHS and appreciating 
the growth of my former 
9th-grade students. 



Mr. Gilmartin — 
Science: Would yc 
repeat the question 




Mr. Kite — Eng; 
Looking forward t 
the return of faith 
and leadership to 
state education. 




Mr. Leary — 
English: I acquirc 
vacation home. 




Mr. Marks — 

Music: The open 
of the Eastern Bl< 
nations to democ 



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s. McFadd — 
Wary: The release of 
jndela and recognition 
the ANC in S. Africa 
perhaps the 
;inning of the end for 
artheid. 




Mr. Narkiewicz — 
Foreign Lang.: The 
opening of the Iron 
Curtain. 




Mr. Neundorf — 

Science: My 4th-period 
chemistry class never 
found a question that 
was not worth asking. 




Mr. Newkirk — Soc. 
St.: The Berlin Wall, 
marriage to Stacey and 
the birth of Abbey. I 
never thought I'd see 
any of these historical 
events in my lifetime! 




Mr. O'Neil — 
Foreign Lang.: The 

people in Europe 
demanding more 
freedom — and 
getting it. 



. Packard — 

die Visual: My 
lily and friends 
tinuing to learn and 




Mr. Reade — Eng.: 

Breaking down of the 
Berlin Wall. 




Mrs. Schleiff — Eng.: 

People of Cohasset 
voting for a partial 
override, so we can keep 
some of our programs 
intact. 




Mrs. Staunton — 
Special Needs: Our 
oldest child, Jimmy, 
graduated from college! 




Mr. Walsh — 
Math: My senior 
classes, especially the 
quotes from Liz B. 
and Laura. 




i. Watson — Pbys. 

'.: Remodeling my 
chen after refinancing 
' home. 




Mrs. Wondolowski — 
Soc. St.: Events in 
Eastern Europe and S. 
Africa are real-world 
examples of the 
evolution of democracy 
and confirmation of 
human dignity. 




Mrs. Wood — Eng.. 

The new freedoms in 
Europe. 




Mrs. Wool — 
Business: Coming back 
to school after a leave of 
absence. I missed my 
students. 




Mrs. Wunschel — 
Home Ec: The 

wonderful progress that 
has been made in 
people of a freer world. 
Food can work wonders! 



T'S HEAR IT FOR OUR DEDICATED TEACHERS! THANK YOU! 



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ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL 




Mr. Buckley,}-. Muir, M. Silvia, M Finnegan, J. DuMoulin, V. DeVos, D. 
Curtin 

The Alternative School is one of the most misunderstood programs at CHS. 
The Alternative School is characterized by its diversity and eclectic mixture of 
CHS students. Alt. Students are active in many CHS dubs and activities too. — 
Mr. Buckley 




The Alt. School did a tremendous job helping to set up the recycling facility. 
Mr. Buckley, M Finnegan, J. DuMoulin, J. Maciel, D Curtin 



CLASS OF '91 




First row: M. Maynard, K. Knstiansen, D. Cullinane, A. Sandell, S. Redfield, T. Boiling, K. Long, J. Stevenson, T. Kasperowicz, S. Varisco. 
Second row: S. Almeida, J Powell, B. Weisenfluh, J. Jackson, M. Hurley, B. Lagrotteria, K. Murphy, J McKenna, P. Tolini, M. Long, J. 
Rosano. Third row: A. Dockray, A Doherty, M. Moore, N Beamon, W. Baird, C.Jones, M Rousseau, C. DeSantis, N Barry, R Jordan, K. 
Martin, N. Greco, S. Deveney, J. Plante, A. Currier, M. Finegan Fourth row: G. Lennon, M. Cisneros, A Ross, C. Slotnick, M. Cosman, M. 
Wheelwright, J. Goodman, N. Roma, T. Volungis, T. Coley, B. Whittaker, J Gaston, D. Drysdale, J Hunter, T Graham. Fifth row: J Bowen, 
J. Figuereido, B. Donovan, D. Moe, H. Curtin, E Schramm, K Miele, R Starmer, M Marks, M Corbett, L. Marsac, O. Nivaud, P. Ford, K. 
Thayer, P. Pratt, M Batts, J Mitchell. Missing: L. Adams, M Berger, R. Coates, M. Christoffel, A James, K. Manion, K. McNamara, P. 
Milligan, P. Smith, T Stohl, J. Whitman. 




Front row S Lavelle, J, Curtin, E. Sutherland, C. Beggan, M. Woodland, T Petersen, A Gallant, H. Bass, C. Candia, B. McCarthy, J Yess, J. Donovan Second row: S. 
Pattison, I Fit/p.itnck. B Migliaccio, L. Hague, J Reidy, R. Kirk, J. Murphy, C. Lagrotteria, R Hackenburg, L Andrews, H. Brennock, J. Quemere, B. Conant, C. 
Kennedy, D. MacDonald, S lino, L. Coatcs. Third row: A. Whittakcr, L Kondrat, C. Minnar, R. Tosca, A. Welz, S. Pierce, J. DeLoren/o, P. Suhrbier, K Thayer, A. Grew , 
L Bronstem, N Bieryla, B. Leung, R. Cibclli, C. Brown, J Gagliano, J. Kisiel, (). Allie Fourth row: R. Starmer, C. Sields, J. Stone, K Mukahy, M Burns, J. Hunter, D. 
DeMichelc, J Campbell, W Bruns, K Conroy, A MacNamara, J Geary, C. Anderson, T. Henderson, J. Brister, B. Murphy, E Waal, C. Smith, D Wheelwright, K 
Bishop. Missing B Doten, E. Lennon, H Lincoln, M Smith 



CLASS OF '93 




Front row. C Lawrence. K Murray, D Shaughnessy, L Schramm, J. Knowles, S. Hislop, N. Haefner, E. McAllister, M Kierce. Second row: L. Gallant, N Batts, E. 
Drysdalc, A. Gallant, T. Gallagher, K Murray, A Snyder, M I^mar, K Barrett, M Reynolds, D Baird, M Equi, D. DcVoe, M Sechcn Third row: J. Pyfrom, C. 
Fitzsimmons, K. O'Sullivan, K O'Brien, J. Rossi, T Reardon, H Samuelson, H. Lyons, T. Hyde, E McDonald, J Andradc, D Ellinger, J. Kinchla, J Maynard, P Fahey, 
D Aronson, S Ordelheide Fourth row M Donnelly, J Bowen, B Sparks, N. Fiore, B Chittick, K Grassey, B Jordan, W. Adams, P Collins, M Hanson, K Richards, S. 
St. Eloi, L May, J. Anstead, T. Herzog Fifth row: M Banks. D Schultz, J. Bcale, B Corkery. C. Smith. P. Bilodeau, S Cahill, J Muir. R Jones, S Morgan. C Johnson, A. 
Williams, J. Cedarstrom, M Nivaud, J. Kehoe, B Buckley, A Vanderwcil Missing K Brennock, J Curtin, P. Dane, S Douglas, C. Ford, S. Harrington, S. McCormick, P. 
Rossi. J. Swatek, A. Young. 



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CLASS OF 94 



Li 



Front row: B. Leung, C. Rolandelli, T. Conroy, C. Endris, T. Studds, B. Pattison, B DeVoe, B. Golden, M. Staunton, J. Horn, S. Saef, J. Good, C. Goff, V. 
Maynard, S. Kirk, S. McCovery, M. Cheel. Second row: D Zadel, T Brister, B Gentile, R Thompson, J Porter, C. Stevens, J. Ford, K. Protulis, L. Almeida, M. 
DeMichele, B Sheerin, T. Rousseau, K Ridge, H Jones, C Kondrat, K. Edwards. Third row: K Andrews, K Kristiansen, B Krueger, D Saldi, K O'Connor, A. 
Mitchell, J DuMoulin, B Duffy, N. Terry, S. Chipman, M. Riley, L Huskins, L. Smith, T. O'Bnan, P Ferenz Fourth row: A. Senechal, A Lindgren, K. Ansbergs, 
J Allen, K. Ward, H. Gaston, C McMackin, S Belson, C. Schultz, S Atherton, K. Kennedy, K Norris, L. Deveney, G. Lubitz, W. DeSantis, S. Thenault. Fifth 
row: J. Larabee, C. Cosmer, E. Bestick, S. Herzog, A. Church, C Goodman, J Whitman, D Leahy, S Henderson, A Kamataris, M. Graves, R. Pnsble, L. Tibbetts, 
A. Reid, B. Maciel.J. Sammon, M Bruns. Missing: J. Begley, B. Berger, D. Christoftel, S. Miligan, J. Pearsall, M. Perry, E. Thatcher 




Front row: J. Connor, K. Niessank, A. Sexton, D. Meehan, K. Carroll, E. Murphy, B. Maciel, A. Silvia, N. Hawks, B. Kinchla, D Volungis. Second row: G. Scarpaci, R. 
Freeman, A. Coon, M. Thatcher, M. Sheilds, C McMackin, C. Buckley, K Cibelli, J. Atshar, S. Quemere, M. Snyder. Third row: T. Greco, E. Corcoran, A. Moore, J. 
Littlehale, A. Dane, J. Stevenson, A. Wigmore, M. Cannarozzi, A. Zerendow, J. Aronson, M. Gallant, C. Hurley, M. Rhodes, N. Vasseur, K. Wilson. Fourth row: K. Gray, 
E D Urso, J Jenkins, J Crossman, D. Varisco, K O Donnell, K Smith, M Higgins, P. Bishop, J Slotnick, J. Magner, L. Corcoran, N. Welz, C Adams, B. Redfield, A. 
Fitzsimmons, T. Cook Missing: J Burger, D Bryant, J Graves, J Hislop, M Johansen, T. Lavoie, M. Lennon, J. Marion, J McDonald, S Moe, D Nothnagle, M 
O Hearn, M. Pease, M. Pierce, B Quintin, J. Roth, B. Mulligan, D. Silvia, J. Snow. 



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BARBERSHOP CHORUS 




Barbershop music is as American as apple pie. 
Songs like "Wild Irish Rose" and "Sweet Adeline" 
are examples of tunes which often are harmonized 
in the "close-harmony" Barbershop style. 

Popular groups such as the Beach Boys and the 
Nylons incorporate much of the same style. Bar- 
bershop therefore sings songs old and new with 
"close-harmony." Membership is open to students 
in grades 7-12 .. . Mr. Marks 



SENIOR CHORUS 




Holiday Concert, Valen- 
tine Cabaret, Spring Con- 
cert, Pops Concert and a trip 
or competition are usual 
showcases for the Sr. Chorus. 
This group has won awards 
and honors over the years. 
We are especially proud of 
our selection in 1987 to per- 
form at Disney World and 
our participation with over 
15,000 in "America Sings" 
in 1989. This choral event 
raised money and conscious- 



ness about the problem of 

Front row: N. Roma, E. Sutherland, B. Corkery, J. Andrade, P. Tolini, K. Barrett, H. Lyons. 2nd row: A. homeless children. 

Welz, A. Doherty, B. Migliaccio, M. Hansen, K. Richards, M. Kierce, C. Johnson, K. Story. 3rd row: M. 
Moore, T. Graham, J. Cedarstrom, J. Kehoe, R. Jones, J. Caristi, M. Silvia. 



JUNIOR CHORUS 



C. Buckley, D. Meehan, K. Cibelli, K. Carroll, C. Hurley, J. Afshar, A. 
Sexton, J. Jenkins, N. Vasseur, M. Gallant, K. Smith, K. Gray, C. 
McMackin, K. Niessink, D. Volungis, J. BegleyJ. Magner, A. Fitz- 
simmons, C. Moore, M. Higgins, K. Kennedy, J. MacDonald, D. 
Nothnagle, N. Welz, M. Pierce, A. Silvia, K. Wilson, M. Bruns, K. 
Protrulis, L. Huskins, K. Ridge, M. Snyder, L. Corcoran, M. Rhodes, T. 
Studds, B. Pattison, J. Porter, T. Greco, D. Bryant, L. Tibbetts, D. 
Meehan, B. Krueger, C. Cosme, H. Gaston, M. Higgins, B. Devoe, J. 
DuMoulin, K. O'Connor, J. Aronson 



Jr. Chorus begins the singer's experience with three-part harmony, usually 
soprano, alto, and baritone. As a member of Jr. and Sr. Chorus, a student may 
audition for music festivals like SEMSBA and District where the outstanding talent 
from S.E. Mass is showcased. Everyone in Jr. Chorus performs in the Holiday 
Concert, Spring Concert, and Pops Concert. In addition, performances like exchange 
concerts and community performances are not uncommon. At Christmastime, we 
performed for a Mass at St. Anthony's Church. 



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SENIOR BAND 



Front row: S. Theriault, J. Quemere, K. Andrews, B. 
Corkery. Second row: Ms. Foley, R. Haynes, D. Aron- 
son, K. Richards, C. Johnson. Third row: M. Cisneros, 
B. Conant, K. Atkinson, C. Minnar, N. Bieryla, K. 
Conroy. 



Wind Ensemble: a 50-member organization of in- 
strumental musicians which performs at the Winter 
Concert, and several outdoor concerts in May and 
June. Programs during the 1989-1990 school year 
included: Amparito Roca (Texidor), Bandology 
(Osterling), Three Ayres from Gloucester (Stuart), 
Toccata for Band (Erickson) and the Weber Clarinet 
Concerto #2 in Eb, Op. 74 with guest soloist, Richard 
Faria. 




JAZZ BAND 




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Front row: J. Quemere, M. Perry, A. 
Lindgren, S. Theriault. Second row: Ms. 
Foley, R. Haynes, D. Aronson, A. Reid, 
A. Senechal. Third row: M. Cisneros, B. 
Conant, C. Minnar, K. Conroy, C. Kon- 
drat. 



Jazz Ensemble: a 25-member or- 
ganization which performs at the 
Winter Concert, Spring Concert, 
Pops Night and several outdoor 
concerts in May and June. Programs 
during the 1989-1990 school year 
included: Arthur's Theme, Discover 
the Blues, Killer Joe, Shaker Song, 
T.S.O.P. Soloists included: M. Cis- 
neros, K. Conroy, R. Haynes, A. 
Reid, and a special appearance by J. 
Gaston and M. Silvia as the "Blues 
Brothers "! 



JUNIOR BAND 



ront row: A. Dane, D. Meehan, D. Saldi, L. Almeida. Second row: 
. Connor, A. Senechal, E. D'Urso, A. Lindgren, J. Aronson. Third 
>w: Ms. Foley, M. Kierce, A. Reid, C. Kondrat, B. Redfield, B. 
xolden. 

Chamber Ensenbles: C.H.S. has a number of talented students who 
ave participated as soloists and/or in a variety of chamber groups, 
oloists: Jessica Connor, Robing Haynes, and Anne Lindgren. Flute 
'rio: Lauren Almeida, {Catherine Andrews, and Becky Golden, 
axophone Quartet: Robin Haynes, Scott Theriault, Chris Kondrat, 
nd Kathleen Conroy. Wind Quartet: Karen Atkinson, Brian 
-onant, Robin Haynes, and Corrina Minnar 




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LITERARY AND ARTS 
MAGAZINE 



N. Haefner, A. Doherty, J. 
Begley, T. Hyde 



Brister, D. Bryan, C. 




Whispers and Shadows U 
CHS Literature and Arts j, 
lication. It features si 
work and publishes art, po> 
stories, and photography 
mitted by students frorrr 
grade levels. The student:' 
the layout as well as the tyjf 
creating a top quality put: 
tion! — Mrs. Wood and 
Lucas 




ART CLUB 



Students have done various projects 
including painting, basketmaking, sce- 
nery design and building and many oth- 
ers. — Ms. Lucas 

N. Vasseur, C. Smith, K. Smith, A. Doherty, 
K. Smith, K. Niessink 



MINIMAG 

The Minimag is a student produced publication 
which appears from four to six times during the school 
year. The paper's form is created in-house using local 
materials and computers. Students learn to manipulate 
various type setting techniques. The publication's con- 
tent includes the reporting of school, national, and world 
events. Positive editorial comment and social concerns 
remain as Minimag's primary focus. — Mr. Kite 

C. Candia, K. Smith, C. Smith, D. Bryan, K. 
Smith, K. Colburn, S. DeCruz 




ART MAJOR 




This class is a portfolio preparation. 
Many of the students plan to at- 
tend an schools — but others are 
simply enjoying their creativity! 

— Ms. Lucas 




Front row: K. Smith, J. Plante, A. Currier, A.James, S. Fox. Second row: M. Sil' 
J. Hunter, J. Gaston, M. Finnegan, D. Bryan, D. Curtin, J. Dumoulin, J. Mac . 





if DRAMA WORKSHOP 



row: A. Welz, L. Andrews, L. Haigh, J. Cameron, S. Hislop, K. 
Sullivan, E. McCallisrer, J. Gagliano. Second row: C. Smith, M. Silvia, J. 
me, J. Gaston, M. Cisneros, D. Moe, Z. Hochkeppel, P. Haase. 



The 1989-1990 season was a busy one 
for the Drama VC'orkshop. Three produc- 
tions hit the stage befote the Christmas 
break The DiningRoom. What Are You 
Going to Do About Jamie King? and The 
Miracle Play. The group performed at 
Btookline High School in addition to their 
CHS presentations. The remainder of the 
year saw the Drama VC'orkshop competing 
once again in the State Drama Festival and 
working on Hush, a new script written by 
Laura Gagliano (Class of '89). Seniors per- 
forming with the Drama Workshop were 
Pam Haase, Zach Hochkeppel, Matt 
Silvia, and Jason Cameron. Other mem- 
ben of the class of 1990 contributing were 
Deana Genovese, who made her debut as a 
director, and Kasey Smith, who worked as 
art director. — Mr. Emmons 




DEBATING TEAM 




The self-confidence generated in the ex- 
citement of debating well researched ideas is 
the heart of a good education. Of what use is 
knowledge without the ability to commu- 
nicate and persuade others? — Mr. O'Neil 



First row: N. Terry, J. Plante, M. Massa, S. 
DeCruz. Second row: Mr. O'Neil, D. Farrag, B. 
Shultz, J. Hunter, C. McElroy. 





AUDIO-VISUAL AIDES 




The Audio- Visual Aides are indis- 
pensable to CHS. They deliver equip- 
ment for teachers and sign out media 
materials. They also set up, film, and 
edit for concerts, plays, and career 
speakers. Through their involvement 
with our television show VIDEO 
TIME, they have learned camera tech- 
niques, computet programming, 
graphics design, and television produc- 
tion. — Dr. Packard 



Clockwise: Dr. Packard, P. Smith, T. Graham, M. Silvia, J. Donovan, 
J. Hunter, S. Lavalle, I. Fitzpatnck, D. Bryan, O. AHie. 



PEACE AND SOCIAL JUSTICE 




Back row: T. Graham, J Gaston, M. Cisncros, A. Ross, S. DeCruz, P. White, K Colburn, P. Haasc, J. 
Cameron, J. Plante, C. Bcgley, N McCarthy, K. Smith, D. Farrag, R. Haynes, K.Jackson, M. Massa Second 
row; R. Jones, Z. Hochkeppel, S McCarthy, N Hill, J Reddle, J Hamilton, J Chittick, L. Buckley. Front row: 
( Smith. L Andrews, K. Anglin, S. Smith, J Afshaw, L. Smart, H. Silvia, M. Smith, C. Candia, V. DeVos. 



WET 



This club was started by students who felt a fi 
sponsibility to raise awareness about issues of socii 
justice. By organizing events centered around them, 
such as human rights, war and peace, and environment I 
dangers this club has begun what will hopefully become ] 
lifelong process promoting global responsibility . . . Mf 
Newkirk 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



JUNIORS 
William Baird 
Melissa Christoffel 
Michael Cisneros 
Nicole Greco 
Kristin Martin 
Douglas Moe 
Jennifer Plante 
Sophie Redfield 
Anna Sandell 




Members of the NHS are juniors and seniors who have been recommended to 
election because of a GPA of 13.0. They are then considered for membership based 
on further review of their service, leadership, and character. Throughout the year the 
students are involved in service work to their school and community. They sponsor 
Flower Day in the spring and serve as judges in the Deer Hill School Science Fair. 



They also serve as guides at Open House and ushers at graduation 
Narkiewicz 



Mr. 



SENIORS 
Kerri Anglin 
Charlotte Begley 
Juliana Chittick 
Patrick Conroy 
Suzzunne DeCruz 
Jill Hamilton 
Zachary Hochkeppel 
Brian Shultz 
Laura Smart 



SADD 





Students Against Drunk Driving he 
students to become aware of the c< 
sequences of their actions, particularly 
volving drunk driving. SADD has gb 
them the opportunity to work as a groi 
to publicize the problem, and to chai 
attitudes . . . Mr. Gill 



Back row: K. Anglin, J. Cameron, J. Plante, M. 
Massa, R. Haynes. Front row: Z. Hochkeppel, S. 
McCarthy, N. Hill, P. Tolini, K. Jackson. 




le Student Council 
litely stayed busy 
year. The following 
s an outline of the 
Its that the Council 
nized. 

ent of the month 
month. 

Welcome Back 
kfast 

) Overnight Leader- 
Training 
>6 Spirit Week 
26 S.E.M.A.S.C. 
'ention 

10 Candy Canes 
12 Holiday Party 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




First row: D Meehan, K Carroll, R Haynes, K. Jackson, S. McCarthy, M Hartley, J Chittick, B. Corkery, M. 
Gallant, S. Moe, J Stevenson, D. Nothnagle. Second row: B. Conant, N. Fiore, C. LaGrottena, N. Fiore, J. 
Cameron, G. Noune, S. Atherton, P. Goff, C Schultz, M. De Michele, D. Ellinger. Third row: Lori Gallant, J. 
Reidy, M. Woodland, A Gallant, J. McKenna, J. Jackson, M. Moore, J. Plante, A. Ross, J. Gaston, J. Hamilton, S. 
Redfield, W. Adams, B Chittick, M. Cisneros, T. Brister, A. Sandell, Mr DeLorenzo, J Reidy, M. Riley. 



3/14 MASC Convention 
4/11 SEMASC Conven- 
tion 

4/30 Student Council 
Week 

5/3 Teacher for a Day 
5/3 Breakfast 
5/4 Fun Fair 
5/13 Litterthon 



STUDENT COUNCIL 
OFFICERS 





SCHOOL COMMITTEE 
REPRESENTATIVES 



Mr. DeLorenzo 

The Student Council is comprised of 
class officers and two representatives 
elected by their respective grades. The 
Student Council officers and the school 
committee representatives are elected by 
the entire student body. 




Sophie Redfield, Gregg Noune, 
Hartley, Robin Haynes 



Anna Sandell, Michelle 



Joel Reidy, Jen Plante, Kern Miele 



PEER COUNSELORS 





"Kids helping kids" is what peer coun- 
seling is all about! We have been extremely 
fortunate over the past eight years to have 
trained outstanding juniors and seniors to 
work as big brothers/big sisters, tutors, and as 
hosts to new students at C.H.S. — Ms. Babai- 




First row: D. Drysdale, S. Redfield, N. Hill, J. Hamilton, K.Jackson, R. Haynes, A. Sandell, 
J. Reidy, M. Massa, L. Buckley. Second row: M. Marks, J. Gaston, J. Hunter, B. Whitaker, 
B. Shultz, J. Jackson, M. Moore, F. Willshire, B. Baird, B. Anderson, S. Damron. 



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METCO 




For over twenty years the C lohasset 
High School students and staff have 
been able to learn to appreciate the 
talents and interests of the urban 
METCO students. Many METCO 
students have made positive contri- 
butions to the school and town 
through academic excellence, athletic 
accomplishments, leadership models 
and artistic achievements. We look 
forward to another twenty years of 
being a part of the Cohasset com- 
munity. 



Front row: M. Lemar, P. Smith, E. SaintEloi, K. Richards, S. N 
Covery, S. SaintEloi, C. Johnson. Second row: J. Marion, R. Jones, 
Bryan, G. Thomas, A. Whittaker, D. Bryant, O. Allie, H. Jones. 



AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 




AFS gives a student the opportu- 
nity to experience living in a foreign 
country and learning not only about 
other people, but much about him- 
self/herself. As many have said, "It's 
an experience that will change your life 
forever!" — Mr. Buckley 




First row: V. DeVos, S. DeCruz, C. Candia, K. Anglin, M. Massa, L. Smart, T. Herzog, N. Batts, T. Hyde, 
Haefner, E. McCallister. Second row: I. Ramallo, K. Colburn, M. Moore, J. Feidy, B. Shultz, W. 
Beiaggi, J. Plante, D. Moe, A. Ross, J. Gaston, C. Begley, N. McCarthy, K. Brennock, J. Pyfrom, M. Hansel 



COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER 
SERVICE 




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The Community Volunteer Service is a new club that offers junior and set 
high students the opportunity to become involved in community activities in; 
and outside of school. Some of our projects have included: A canned goods 
clothing drive for area shelters, participation in a walk-a-thon for Meals on Wht 
a Christmas gift wrapping party for Toys for Tots, working as aides in 
collaborative program and in the school library, meeting and sharing interests v 
senior citizens, as well as helping with light chores. 



W. Baird, M. Christoffel, R. Haynes, Advisor Mrs. Civale. 

"We can do no great things; only small things with great 
love." — Mother Theresa 




FOOTBALL 




1st row: Terry O'Leary, Sean Bishop, Joel Whitman, Pat Conroy, Sean McCarthy, Greg Knowles, David Farrag. 2nd row: Curt Ludlow, 
Michael Greg Thomas, John MacDonald, Michael Ellinger, Steve Ritts, Matt Berger, Jim Long. 3rd row: Eric Theriault, Michael 
Rolandelli, Nathan Fiori, Noah Hill, Chris McElroy, Jon Mitchell, Brendan McCarthy. Row 4: Coach Liam Stanford, Head Coach Phil 
Pisano, Coach Silvia. 



CAPTAINS — Pat Conroy, Sean Mc- 
Carthy, Joel Whitman 





Coach Pisano 



During the 1989 season, the team struggled against incredible odds. Because of a 
lack of players, we had virtually no substitutes and the team had a tough time in the 
second half of every game. This struggling brought us closer together and created a 
strong bond of friendship. It was a season we won't forget! 



FIELD HOCKEY 




Row 1 L to R: Andreya Cann, Juliana Chittick, Candi Jones, Laura Smart, Michele Rourke. Row 2 L to R: 
Nicole Bieryla, Bridget Corkery, Sara Deveney, Nicole Greco, Stacy Pierce. Row 3 L to R: Karyn Murray, 
Elizabeth Deveney, Cilia Goff, Coach Bosrwick, Maureen Long, Kathleen Conroy, Barbara Lagrotteria. 




CAPTAINS — B. Lagrotteria, J. Chittick, C. 
Jones, L. Smart 





Andreya Cann 



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_ nailer- 
Juliana Chittick 



Coach Bostwick 



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ITBAU 



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Although the field hockey team 
young, the season was an exciting one! 
leadership demonstrated by senior capic 
Laura Smart, Candi Jones, and Juliana ( I 
tick, together with junior captain Ban 
Lagrotteria, strengthened both the spirit' 
skill of the team. With a new and: 
thusiastic coach, the team was united II 
successful season. 




Candi Jones 



Michele Rourke 



Laura Smart 




JUNIOR VARSITY 

Top row L to R: S. Douglas, K. Norris, D. Shaughnessey, L. Tibbetts, K. Murray, P. Dane. Middle: B. 
Migkaccio, T. Reardon, M. Cannarozzi, C. Cosme, G. Deveney (mgr.). Boctom: K. O'Connor, K. Ridge, L. 
Almeida, L. Corcoran, J. Afshar. 




BOYS SOCCER 




Top L to R: C. Biaggi, J. Powell, B. Weisenfluh, J. Stevenson, F. Wiltshire, L. Marsac, O. Nivaud, J. Geary, B. Whittaker, B. Shultz, R. 
Cibelli, T. Coley, J. Gagliano, I. Ramallo, Coach Magner. Middle: J. Murphy, C. Brown, S. Gallagher, Jim Reidy, P. Milligan, Joel Reidy, J. 
Cameron, B. Baird, G. Nourie. Bottom: M. Sandell, S. Kovach. 




Gregg Nourie 



Brian Shultz 



Sean Gallagher 



Frank Willshire 




JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM — Top Right to 
Left: Coach D. Shultz, M. Nivaud, M. Camp- 
bell, T. Henderson, W. Adams, C. Goodman, 
C. Anderson, B. Jordan, J. Brister, D. 
DeMichele, B. Chittick, M. Sechen. Bottom R- 
L: P. Suhrbier, C. Endris, C. Condrat, D. El- 
linger, J. Andrade, M. Reynolds, C. Lagrateria, 
J. Maynard, T. Brister, J. Yess, D. Drysdale. 



19-3-1 and we certainly had some fun — our 
5th straight league tide didn't come without a 
batde — the trip through the tourney was a 
fantasy journey. Medfield, Fairhaven and D.S. 
gave us a hard time, but we moved on. Nothing 
could compare to the Medway marathon; we 
came away with our 4th consecutive South 
Sectional tide win, 1-0 vs. Marblehead and we 
were E. Mass. Champs again! — Coach Magnen 



AWARDS AND RECOGNITION — League All-Stars Jim Reidy (4th year), Joel Reidy 
(3rd year), Line Marsac, Jason Cameron, and Travis Coley 

Joel Reidy: 43 shutouts, 13 this season, All-American, Ledger, Herald, and Globe (player 
of the year) All-Scholastic 

Jim Reidy: 88 goals, 46 assists, All-New England, Ledger, Herald, and Globe All- 
Scholastic 



We will miss the following senior contributions to 
our program: Joel and Jim Reidy, J. Cameron, G. 
Nourie, B. Shultz, F. Willshire, S. Gallagher, M. 
Silvia, C. Biaggi, and I. Ramallo 




GIRLS SOCCER 



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Top row L to R: J. Plante, A. James, J. Goodman, R. Haynes, K. Anglin, M. Massa, K. Martin, K. Manion, R. Jordan, L. Hague, T. Petersen, Coach Starzell. Bottom 

row: A. May, S. Redfield, K. Miele, A. Ludlow, C. Lawrence, M. MacDonaJd, A. SandelJ, J. Reidy, N. Barry, H. Lincoln, H. Bass. 






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MadJyn MacDonald 



Robin Haynes 



Kerri Anglin 



Considering the loss of seven starting 
seniors, the girls varsity soccer team had 
a very successful season (8-7-1). Tri- 
captains Madlyn MacDonald, Anna 
Sandell, and Jennifer Reidy led the 
team dose to state competition, missing 
qualifying by one game The team gave 
# 1 Abington and powerful Norwell 
close calls 





Michelle Massa 



Adrienne May 



Madlyn, Anna, and Allison Ludl' 
were chosen to play in the All-S 
Game held in Duxbury, where tr 
all scored goals leading to a tie w 
the large schools With two / 
Stars returning to lead an energt 
and talented team, next year's s 
son should be exciting. 



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CHEERLEADERS 




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Hilary Proodian 



Karin Story 



Deana Genovese 



POWDERPUFF 




Thanks to the superb coaching from Mr. Walsh and Mr. 
Emmons, the seniors scored early, sweeping around end to the 
utter dismay of the faked-out junior defense. ^XTiat had been 
predicted as a blowout by the juniors became a suspenseful see- 
saw batde with the final score somewhat in doubt. 

Senior Patricia Smith dazzled the defense with her incredible 
speed, Jill Hamilton starred on offense, grinding out many hard 
fought yards, Michelle Hardey provided additional backfield 
balance and Juliana Chittick mixed her plays skillfully. 

Defensive might was displayed in the trenches by senior 
standouts Laura Bruiser Smart, Suzzunne "Crusher DeCruz, 
Edith "Evil" Saint Eloi, Liz Bust em" Buckley and Candy 
"Killer" Jones. 



These seniors cried not to let the freeing weather get to them. 




So that's where Edith got her nickname! 



And a special thanks to Mr. Gill for 
reffing our game and purring up with 
us! 



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SPIRIT WEEK 



The week before Homecoming, the students of CHS definitely showed their spirit. 
The days included :College Sweatshirt Day, Clash Day, Pajama Day, 50's/60's Day, 
and Blue/White Day. As always, the junior high showed the most enthusiasm 
throughout the week. The seniors, on the other hand, were careful not to outdo 
themselves, (too much spirit just isn't cool). Hats off to the Class of 1990! (At leaai 
they didn't show up in black like those crazy rebels last year!) 





That's the best looking cheerleader I've ever seen! 



Check out those sexy legs!! 





If this isn't spirit, what is?! 



Are the Toga Studs enjoying themselves or what? 



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HOMECOMING 




Brooke Anderson, Hilary Proodian, Liz Buckley, Juliana Chittick 



Sean McCarthy, Jim Reidy, Jason Cameron, John MacDonald 






Queen Juliana and King Sean 



GIRLS BASKETBALL 




Front row: Manager Ridge, K. Conroy, M. Long, T. Peterson, B. LaGrotteria, A. Ludlow, M. Kierce. Back 
row: Coach D. Magner, B. Leung, H. Bass, K. Long, K. Murphy, J. Knowles, B. Corkery, Coach D. 
Bostwick. 




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Junior Captain B. LaGrotteria 



Sophomore Captain Tonya Peterson 



Junior Captain Maureen Long 




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The most exciting game of the girls bas- 
ketball season was against Abington. Abington 
had "packed the place" with a band, cheer- 
leaders and a gym full of screaming fans. The 
CHS team was expected to lose but shocked 
everyone by winning by a basket. Everyone on 
the team contributed to the victory and we look 
forward to more such excitement during next 
year's season. 



BOYS BASKETBALL 




Standing: Coach Reppucci, Coach Salerno, C. Slotnik, T. Kasperowicz, M. Marks, M. Ellinger, L. Marsac, S. McCarthy, N. 
Hill, T. O'Leary, P. Milligan, T. Coley, Coach Shultz. Seated: J. Slotnik, T. Brister, S. Theriault. 




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Senior Captain Mike Ellinger 






Senior Noah Hill 



Senior Terry O'Leary 



Junior Captain Line Marsa 








Senior Captain Sean McCarthy 



Although it was a rebuilding year for the 
Boys Basketball team, the season had its 
rewards. High points were the 2nd place 
victory in the Sciruate Christmas Tourney 
and finishing 3rd in the Medway Invitational 
Tourney. The season highlight was our upset 
of league-leading Norwell in overtime, 50- 
41, under the leadership of Mike Ellinger 
(12 points, 9 rebounds), Noah Hill (10 
points, 8 rebounds), and Line Marsac (21 
points, 12 rebounds). "Winners are those 
who meet failure . . . and keep on going." 




Coach Reppucci 



ICE HOCKEY 




Front row: D. Farrag, C. Endris, J. Reidy, J. MacDonald, J. Rosano, M. Reynolds, M. Riley. Back row: Coach Walsh, S. 
Varisco, J. Kinchla, T. Conroy, J. Murphy, J. Whitman, R. McLaughlin, S. Ritts, B. Donovan, S. Cahill, M. Batts, K. 
Mulcahy 




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Our success was not measured by the 
games we won, but rather by our ded- 
ication, determination, and enjoyment for 
the sport. The six seniors that will be 
leaving the team will be missed, but they 
wish our young, talented hockey team 
great success for the future. We would 
also like to thank Mr. Walsh for being 
encouraging, instructional, and inspira- 
tional. 




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GYMNASTICS 




Front row: N. Hefner, T. Gallagher. Second row: L. Buckley, A. Mitchell, C. Schultz, M. DeMichael, L, 
Andrews, L. Coates. Back row: E. Sutherland, H. Proodian, J. Muir, M. Hardey, M. Rousseau, C. DeSantis, 
C. Ripley, Coach R. Sargent. 




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In their 1989-1990 season, the Gymnastics 
team established the second best record in its 
division (11-3). They were second in the league 
and were alternates in the States, missing qual- 
ifying by 0.01 points. Carrie and Liz agree, 
"Due to Ruthann and the team's hard work and 
dedication throughout the years, we accom- 
plished what we attempted ... to be recognized 
as a powerful and successful team in our 
league." 




CHEERLEADERS 




Coach G. Brown, B. Anderson, K. Anglin, 
K. Barrett, H. Brennock, S. Eno, R. Gar- 
brick, B. Hackenburg, C. Johnson, K. Kris- 
tianson, I. Ramallo, E. Saint Eloi, P. Smith, 
P. Tolini. 



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WRESTLING 




Front row: O. Nivaud, B. Baird, D. Cullinane, E. Theriault, G. Nourie, P. Conroy, B. Shultz, J. Bowen, B. Redfield. Back row: Coach 
Sweeney, M. Lennon, C. Stevens, B. Devoe, D. Silvia, W. DeSantis, J. Muir, J. Thayer, J. Terry, N. Fiore, D. Baird, M. Nivaud, B. 
Chittick, S. Harrington, Coach Rourke. 




E. Theriault and Coach Sweeney 



B. Shultz 




Seniors: E. Theriault, G. Nourie, B. Shultz, and P. 
Conroy 



G. Nourie 



With 26 members, the 1989-1990 team was 
the largest Cohasset wrestling squad ever assem- 
bled. It included four seniors, Brian Shultz and Tri- 
Captains Gregg Nourie, Pat Conroy, and Eric 
Theriault. Four wrestlers qualified for the state 
tournament, Nate Fiore, Bill Baird, Pat Conroy, 
and Gregg Nourie. Their example set the standard 
for next year's team to follow. 




Gregg Nourie, P. Conroy 



COLLABORATIVE CLASSES 




Ms. Goldenberg 




Mr. Magner 



Kevin 



Max 



Mrs. Pereira 



The Collaborative classes have been an exciting addition to Cohasset 
High School's student body. Not only have we come to know the kids, 
we have been able to work as aides in their classes. Those who have 
helped out are: Kristin Martin, Travis Coley, Melissa Christoffel, Ollie 
Nivaud, Amy Currier, Edith Saint Eloi, and Maria Kierce. We've 
made new friends and we're glad they're here! 







Matthew, Anthony, and Hugh Sean 




Julie 




Chris and Erin 




Renee and David 




Mrs. Martin 




Mrs. Coles 





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Ms. Wirth 




Tommy 



Ignacio 



SEMIFORMAL 




This year the Semifotmal took place at the Coo 
munity Center on February 3. All credit goes to 
juniors who organized a great dance. The profits fnr 
the Semiformal were split between the juniors ai 
seniors; any additions to our class treasury were \ti 
come. Everyone looked stunning and seemed to 
enjoying themselves. A special thanks to all of 
parents and teachers who chaperoned. You all helj. 
make the dance a great success! 



Why is everyone smiling but Pete? 



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Carole, hope you had a good time in Cohasset, good 
luck next year! 




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Pictures at the Chitticks. Everyone smile and pretend you're having a good ti 



SOFTBALL 




Front row: B. Lagrotteria, A. Cann, K. Miele. Back row: A. Ludlow, J. Knowles, D. 
Shaughnessy, H. Bass, B. Leung, N. Barry, Coach Gill. 




This year's record showed a 
great improvement. With onlyh 
one senior, the young teami 
proved itself against tough op- 
ponents. With the experienceci 
underclassmen, next year will 
undoubtedly be even better 
Thanks, Coach Gill! 



Senior Andreya Cann 



Captains: K. Miele, A. Cann, B. 
Lagrotteria 



Coach Gill 





Front row: B. Corkery, L. Schramm, J. Anstead. Middle row: J. MacDonald, B. 
Golden, C. Goff, C. Schultz, A. Snyder, C. McMackin, M. Johansen. Back row: 
V. Maynard, S. Kirk, S. Atherton, S. Douglas, K. Murray, A. Welz, R. Kirk. 



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LACROSSE 




Front row: S. Gallagher, J. Reidy, T. Coley, J. Cameron, C. McElroy. Middle row: Coach Ekberg, B. 
DeVoe, C. Endris, T. Studds, R. Whitaker, J. Powell, B. Weisenfluh, Coach Kahn. Back row: S. 
Varisco, B. Shultz, W. Adams, M. Marks, D. Leahy, B. Doten, D. Ellinger. 




Senior Chris McElroy 



Senior Sean Gallagher 



Senior Brian Shultz 





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Senior Jim Reidy 



Senior Jason Cameron 



Coach Ekberg 




The second season of 
the lacrosse team resulted 
in a 4-3-1 record. The 
most exciting game was 
the B.C. High 4 sudden- 
death overtime which 
ended in a 9-9 tie. At least 
50 kids came out for la- 
crosse and many will be 
attending lacrosse camp, 
ensuring skilled players 
for next year. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY 




Front row: M. Sechen, M. Nivaud, B. Redfield, B. DeVoe, E. Drysdale, C. 
Adams. Middle row: B. Chittick, B. Sparks, C. Anderson, J. Rosano, E. Waal, J. 
Kissel, B. Murphy. Back row: S. Milligan, D. Schultz, A. Vanderweil, D. Leahy, 
A. MacNamara, S. Cahill, Coach Magner. 



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GIRLS TENNIS 




Front row: K. Manion, R.Jordan, M. Massa, S. Redfield, K. MacNamara. Back row: K. Murray, C. 
Minnar, K. Conroy, N. Bieryla, Coach Zadel. 




Captain — Sophie Redfield 



The Girls Tennis Team had only one 
senior this year, Michelle Massa, who 
played first singles while junior Sophie 
Redfield lobbed her way up to second 
singles. With the exception of Norwell, 
the Girls Tennis Team remained un- 
defeated in the South Shore League, 
amassing a 12-2 record. 






Senior Michelle Massa 




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BOYS TENNIS 




Front row: M. Cisneros, F. Willshire, P. Milligan, C. Slotnik. Back row: Coach Amaral, P. 
Suhrbier, B.Jordan, J. Brister, D. DeMichele, T. Brister. 




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BASEBALL 




Front row: C. Ludlow, D. Farrag, S. McCarthy, E. Theriault, M. Dockray, M. Rolandelli, N. 
Hill, M. Ellinger, M. Berger. Back row: S. Bishop, J. Maynard, J. Andrade, P. Fahey, C. 
Henderson, J. Geary, R. Cibelli, N. Fiori, Coach MacDermott. 










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The baseball team fielded 
eight seniors, four of them 
starters who were backed up 
by a squad of enthusiastic un- 
derclassmen. Although we 
played in a strong league, we 
improved as the season went 
along. In a few years, the 
team should develop into a 
South Shore powerhouse. 
Thank you, Coach Mac- 
Dermott, for all of your ef- 
forts. 





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TRACK 




Front row: T. Hyde, M. Kierce, J. Goodman, M. Vinals, A. James, J. Reidy, E. Saint Eloi, P. Smith, A. Doherty, S. 
Hislop. Middle row: C.Johnson, K. Richards, L. Andrews, L. Coates, S. Eno, A. Williams, M. Laugelle, L. May. Back 
row: Coach Emmons, E. Murphy, M. Snyder, K. Carroll, J. DuMoulin, H. Gaston, S. Belson, L. Tibbetts, M. 
Staunton, J. Afshar, J. Allen, S. Quemere, M. Hanson, C. McMackin, Coach O'Neil. 




Captain — Alison James Senior — Patricia Smith Senior — Edith Saint Eloi 



Senior — Maria Vinals 




The Girls Track Team had an ex- 
cellent season, finishing second in the 
South Shore League. Senior Edith Saint 
Eloi won the William Ripley Track 
Award and senior Patricia Smith qual- 
ified for the state Class Track meet. 
Senior Maria Vinals, an exchange stu- 
dent from Spain, had never competed 
before and was an enthusiastic addition 
to the team. With the strength provided 
by Alison James, we are looking for- 
ward to a great season next year. 




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GOLF 




Front row: J. Hunter, M. Burns, J. Gagliano, C. Brown. Back row: J. Yess, R. McLaughlin, Coach 
Franey, J. Mitchell, J. Hunter, M. Batts, K. Mulcahy, B. McCarthy. 





This year has been a building 
year for the golf team. Although 
the team has been plagued by ill- 
ness, they have played some of the 
stronger teams very well. If they 
live up to their potential, they will 
be a strong team next year. 




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*CLASS STORY* 



[| was the year 2010; Americans were consuming more cholesterol saturated foods than ever, NASA hadn't established a foothold on Mars and nobody, 
seemed to care that I'at Sajack had a late night talk show. Times were rough for some and profitable for others. One of those who profited the most fromn 
the 90's was the dashingly debonair Mr. Jason R. Cameron. Jason, the Donald Trump/Hugh Hefner of the 21st century, kindly offered his modest Newportri 
mansion for a class of 1990 reunion. It was a black lie affair. However, it was to be an evening of wining and dining that none of us would ever forget... 

Jason greeted us at the door with a babe on each arm. To each guest, he introduced Bunny and Cupcake; the girls looked quite alike, except Bunny had a si 
freckle on her nose. Eric Thcriault, People magazine's most eligible bachelor for the year 2010, noted that Cupcake looked very much like Vanna andd 
wanted to know if she wils interested in turning letters for him. 

It was about 8:00 p.m. and we all were busy munching on hors d'oeuvres when Jason attracted our attention by chiming a spoon against his crystal winc.i 
glass. 

"Creetings and welcome to you all," spoke the host, "the bar is open and..." 
"It can't be!" shrieked Tracy Christina who had just emerged from the kitchen. 
"Hey, I don't sec what's wrong with an ojien bar," snickered Terry O'Lcary. 

"Oh, no!" screamed die hysterical Lauren Wood, looking at the empty jar of Miracle Whip that Tracy held in her hand. "A party just isn't a parly without 
the zesly taste of Miracle Whip!" 

"Well," commented Dr. Julie Caristi, "if you knew the caloric content of that Miracle Whip, you would thank your lucky stars that the chef is all out of 
it. Anyway, I prefer Hclman's myself." 

Greg Knowles, oblivious to the chatter about mayonnaise, passed out his business cards to the guests. Greg, deciding that hair was a good thing to have, 
bought Sy Sperling's Hair Club for Men; and folks, Greg isn't just the president of the Hair Club for Men, but he's also a client. 

At 8:35 p.m., the doorbell chimed. Bouncer Sean Bishop went to the door to sec who was ringing. When he opened the door, President Brian Shultz 
entered with an entourage of secret service men. 

"Hey, Butthead, get back here!" admonished Sean. 

Before Scan could say anodier word, the secret service men quickly removed him from the scene and brought him up on conspiracy charges. 

"Whadoyaknow, it's the President of the United Slates of America and his entourage of clowns! What a freakin' circus this place is gonna be," 
commented David Farrag. David had just recently established the L.F.A.O (Little Fascists of America Organization) and was quite interested inn 
systematically deprogramming children who believed that democracy was as good thing. 

"I have arrived. Bring out the food," announced Mr. President. 

"Figures," whispered Stcffanic Fox, "he's just as obnoxious as ever." 

"Yeah," agreed Madlyn MacDonald, "he used to put his stinking feet up on my chair during history class. I coulda killed him." 
"Maybe we still can..." said Michael "Twiggy" Mercurio from the shadows. 

While frequenting the raw bar, Candi Jones bumped into talk show host Steve Ritls. Steve proudly informed Candi that his rating were slightly above, 
those of Gcraldo. Candi nearly choked on an oyster as she held back the laughter. "I'm sure that Johnny Carson better watch out!" she said. 

Across the room, Pam Haasc involved herself in a deep philosophical discussion with Robin Haynes. However, it was somewhat of a onc-sidet 
conversation, as Robin entertained herself with thoughts of her new book, The Joy of Sax. 

Now seated at the banquet table were the Michellcs. Michelle Hartley announced to the world that she owned a very successful private escort service 
called The Pretty Woman. Nobody was listening. Michele Rourkc giggled girlishly at Steve's invitation to be on his show; Steve laughed even harder 
when he told her that he was only joking. Michelle Massa, die renowned New York 'l imes critic, received nasty looks from Dcana Gcnovcse, who stood al< 
the bar. Michelle had recently condemned Dcana's play, Toiletries. 

While Adricnne May admired the organisms in Jason's fish tank, Stephanie Damron tried to convince her to invest in Tupperware. "And the great thinj 
is," chirped Stephanie, "you can even put it in the dishwasher!" 

Mike Dockray, standing by bartender Scan Gallagher, raised his glass to toast his own genius. He was still celebrating his four star performance on Stah 
Search; Noah Hill, Sean McCarthy and he had performed an interpretive dance created by Mike. It went over big with Ed McMahon and there was talk of; 
contract. 

In a private corner stood the beautiful people. Carrie Ripley explained to ELLE covergirl, Mia Mansson, that her new aerobic workout video had just hi 
the million-sold mark. Nobody knew that Carrie was a closet eater. Next to Carrie stood Amy Currier who conversed with her guests, Metallica. While 
kinda sorta listening to Amy's conversation, Mike Ellinger proposal a rather goofy request to weatherman Ian Browne. 

"Can you do me a big favor, Ian?" questioned Mike. "I'm getting married next June and I want to know what the weather'll be like so I can plai 
accordingly." 

"Can't help you there," retorted Ian. "I've got a hard enough time figuring out what the weather'll be tomorrow." 

Finally supper was to be served. Everybody began moving to their reserved seats and this caused a small amount of dissatisfaction amongst the guests 
Kenneth Caristi, the Nobel Prize winning physicist, was seated next to Maria Zunica; much to Kenny's dismay, Maria dared to doubt the laws of physic 
while in his presence. In order to remedy the situation, Kenny turned to Patrick Conroy and began to expound upon the miracles of the physical world. 

"Ken, you know that I hated Mr. Erbc's physics class. Please don't discuss this with me - I'm not on your wavelength," spoke Patrick, searching fo 
Isabel. 

"Say, speaking of wavelength, I was recently involved with an experiment..." 

Before Ken could continue pontificating, Maria burst into his conversation. Ken requested a seat change. 

When everybody was happily seated, two empty places remained. Kathleen Colburn and Frank Willshire were missing-in-action. There was some rumc 
that Kathleen couldn't be present because she was too busy buying Japan. People searched for Frank, but then the knowledge of his whereabouts hit Jaso 
like a bat from hell. 

"Ah, but of course," realized Jason, "Frank has gone to my study. That is where I keep my IBM." 

After sending a butler upstairs to check on Frank, it became known that Frank was working on a very overdue pascal program for Mr. Walsl 
Seemingly, Frank really wanted to jazz it up. 

"Fer cryin' out loud!" screeched Juliana in an unladylike fashion and to everybody's surprise. "Why doesn't he just give it up! He always has to tl 
number one, uno, the big cheese! I've had it! I'm going up to pull the plug. Be sure to save me some dessert." And off she marched. 

"Well, what an unnecessary fuss that was!" stated the rightly appalled Kristin Jackson. "I don't even complain that much when my five-year old student 
get their finger paints on the wood floor. I don't even complain that much when David blows up the lasagna, that I spent hours making, because h 
microwaves it for twenty minutes and not ten. 



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'Then what the heck are you doing now?" snapped Edith Sami Eloi. 'I'm going to give you two seconds to knock it off and then I'm going to give you 
something to complain about!" 

"Hallelujah!" interjected Patricia Smith. 

Kristin closed her mouth but stared at Edith, aghast. Edith ignored Kristin and began to enjoy her meal. 

Another conflict arose at the other end of the table where the President sat. Jim Long, the Vice-President, taunted Brian Shultz, his superior. 
"I look your lobster tail and I'm not giving it back," teased Jim. 
"Give it back, Jim. That's what I came for so give it back." 
"No way, no day. It's mine. M-i-n-e! All mine!" 
"Knock it off Jim!" whined Brian. 

The secret service men advised Brian to discontinue his childish behavior and act like the President of the United States for once. Brian would not. He 
intended to get that lobster tail back if it cost him his life. 

Before long, a fight broke out. The guests were all wild with disbelief; the President and Vice-President were slugging it out over a lobster tail. Before 
long, mass hysteria broke lose and people ran and screamed and discussed politics with their fists. Matt Silvia pulled out his video camera and began taping 
the action. However, Matt got punched in the stomach and just as he was keeling over in pain, a shot rang out. 

There was only silence. 

Everybody froze and looked at the President, Brian Shultz. Brian lay on the marble, motionless. 

WHO DONE IT?? Was it the power hungry host? Jason and the President never had a favorable rapport; Jason wanted to monopolize the country and 
Brian wouldn't alter the laws to facilitate it. Was it Madlyn? Had Brian put his smelly feet up on her chair one too many times during history class? Could 
it have been the jealous Vice-President? Or was it Dave Farrag, the Fascist leader himself? Could it have been Chris McElroy; Chris wanted so much to 
silence his age-old debating opponent? Maybe it was his wife, Charlotte Begley; maybe she was tired of listening to him snore the night away. Maybe it 
was... 

Immediately after the commotion, Karen Atkinson, R.N., rushed over to the President. To her relief, Mr. President was alive and well. The bullet had 
bounced right off his bullet-proof vest. Yippee! 

The secret service men thought it best that Brian and Jim leave the party at once. Nobody got too upset about the departure and the festivities continued 
as planned. After the President shoved off, a rather large cake was wheeled out onto the center of the floor. Kerri Anglin nearly drooled, as she had a very 
sweet tooth. The now famous Andrea "Mouse" Cann squeaked that the cake was the largest she'd ever seen. 

Just as chef Joel Whitman was about to slice the cake, the top flung open and Chippendale dancer Curt Ludlow emerged from the frosted box wearing 
next to nothing. 

"Oh pooh," sighed Kerri, who looked forward to dessert. 

"Oh yeah!" cried Laura Smart, who found Curt very sexy. "I have a life size poster of him in my apartment," she later confessed. 

"Yech!" blurted out artist Kasey Smith. "How distasteful. That certainly doesn't give me any inspiration for artwork! What about you, Dudley? Dudley?" 
Dudley Bryan, one of Disney's highest paid artists, was too busy sketching a mural on Jason's wall to tune into reality. 

Most of the other guests hung on the bar; the entertainment was there. Jim and Joel Reidy argued vehemently about whose Little League team played 
better. Jim coached Jim Jr. on the Redbirds and Joel coached Joel Jr. on the Bluebirds. To help resolve the argument. Father Scott Molinari informed them 
that they were both mistaken because his church team had the best record around. 

Greg Nourie, a Cassanova of sorts, approached Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader Brooke Anderson. 

"Hey baby, what's your sign?" cooed Greg. 

Brooke flashed her pearly whites and told him that she didn't know. Realizing that he and Brooke were not on the same plane of existence, Greg pulled 
his line on Carole Biaggi. 

"You want to know my sign, eh? My sign has eight sides and it's red, so eel los'!" 

Greg got his answer and moved on down the line. 

Meanwhile, Greg Thomas was busy explaining to John MacDonald lhat he turned to professional bowling when his hopes of studying law fell through. 
John tried to cheer Greg up by letting him know that Hilary Proodian had a tattoo of a skull and crossbones in a rather obscure place that couldn't be shown 
ii in public. No one knew if the rumor was true. 

Jill Hamilton was rehashing the events of the evening when her eyes lit up. Jill suddenly realized that Curt's stunt was not simply funny but it was 
"sooo funny" that it would have to go in her diary when she got home.<K a rin Story thought that the whole thing was distasteful and Veronica de Vos was 
floating in space and consequently, had no comment. 

At the dessert bar, Suzzunne DeCruz attempted to convince Liz Buckley that Mary Kay cosmetics were the finest on the market. Suzzunne, pregnant 
with her fifth child, decided to drop out of medical school when she realized that slicing and dicing cadavers just wasn't her cup of tea. To supplement the 
family's income, Suzzunne sold Mary Kay religiously and whenever the opportunity arose. But despite Suzzunne's persistence, Liz Buckley refused to 
purchase any cosmetics, as she had recently joined an Amish community somewhere in Pennsylvania. 

Zach Hochkeppel, a poet laureate, approached Alida Dean and exclaimed with the utmost ecstasy, "You're silky hair is as golden as sun drops and your 
eyes as blue as the sea, fair maiden! " 

Alida, quite aware of Zach's nature, answered back, "What is this poem called, Zach? Ode to idiocy? I colored my hair red five years ago and my eyes are 
green." Zach wrote the lines down on a napkin anyway. 

The end of the party approached quickly and Jason seemed eager for its finish. Airforce fighter pilot Rich McLaughlin offered to take Justin Muir for a 
spin sometime since he had helped to clear Rich's disparaging record. Justin, a member of the F.B.I., decided to pass on Rich's offer, mentioning that he 
quite liked having two feet on the ground at all times. Nora, a representative for Bali undergarments, also agreed that flying only made her ill. 

As Jason shoved us out the door at 12:30 a.m., he said that he'd love to have us all back - in another twenty years. Mike Rolandelli, the host of Saturday 
Night Lives Wayne's World said, "Like until then, party on, dude. Bunny and Cupcake are certainly babelicious, man. You mind if I take one home for a 
momento?" Jason was disturbed by this comment but he smiled anyway. As he shut the door, he relaxed knowing that twenty years was a long, long time. 



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WHAT IF . . . 



Isabel Alcover wasn't squid? 

Brooke Anderson wasn't a barbie? 

Kerri Anglin didn't look innocent? 

Karen Atkinson didn't like gold? 

Charlotte Begley was loud? 

Carole Biaggi used Joel to get to Jim? 

Sean Bishop lost his appetite? 

Ian Browne could see at night? 

Dudley Bryan lost his bag? 

Liz Buckley never found Kaja? 

Jason Cameron liked KISS 108? 

Andreya Cann wasn't almost famous? 

Julie Caristi didn't like J. P. 

Ken Caristi was a slob? 

Juliana Chittick really had a sister? 

Katie Colburn was a teeny bopper? 

Patrick Conroy broke the rules of villa 128? 

Tracy Cristina cut her hair? 

Amy Currier was fat? 

Stephanie Damron wasn't a southern belle? 

Suzzunne DeCruz had a pronounceable name? 

Veronica de Vos accepted a ride? 

Michael Dockray could dance? 

Michael Ellinger wasn't whipped by Carrie? 

David Farrag worked at the Golden Banana? 

Steffanie Fox would shut-up? 

Sean Gallagher wasn't "Barney"? 

Deana Genovese could see? 

Pam Haase was a yuppie? 

Jill Hamilton didn't think everything was so funny? 
Michelle Hartley . . . (you fill in the blank) 
Robin Haynes wasn't a Cohassetite? 
Noah Hill didn't bite? 

Zachary Hochkeppel didn't buy the palace? 
Kristin Jackson was healthy? 
Candice Jones took a ride in the love machine? 
Gregory Knowles came? 



Jimmy Long had a party? 

Curt Ludlow didn't get a hair cut every week? 

Johw MacDonald was the president of SADD? 

Madlyn MacDonald played Powderpuff? 

Maria Mansson was neurotic? 

Michelle Massa wasn't Shirley Temple? 

Adrienne May didn't have a diary? 

Nora McCarthy had a tan? 

Sean McCarthy had taste? 

Chris McElroy wasn't Elvis? 

Rich McLaughlin wasn't tardy? 

Mike Mercurio was big? 

Scott Molinari's bike got stolen? 

Justin Muir never got his license? 

Gregg Nourie didn't rob the cradle? 

Terry O'Leary cared? 

Hilary Proodian wasn't a metal-head? 

Jimmy Reidy could possibly tell a short story? 

Joel Reidy wasn't already in Mr. Delorenzo's will? 

Carrie Ripley didn't have chipmunk cheeks? 

Steve Ritts never flexed? 

Michael Rolandelli wasn't the stallion? 

Michele Rourke could keep a straight face? 

Edith Saint Eloi wasn't "Evil"? 

Brian Shultz didn't act like a father figure? 

Matthew Silvia had a mohawk? 

Laura Smart drove at night? 

Kasey Smith ordered a big mac? 

Patricia Smith smiled? 

Karin Story didn't get caught? 

Eric Theriault didn't blush? 

Gregory Thomas didn't like rap? 

Joel Whitman never asked for gas money? 

Frank Willshire didn't hate Laura? 

Lauren Wood wasn't always on crutches? 

Maria Zunica spoke clearly? 



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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '90 

FROM 

THE JOHN JACOB PRATT FAMILY GRADUATES 

OF 

COHASSET HIGH SCHOOL 



EDNA '06 



ELMER '25 
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To the Cohasset High School Class of 1990: 




Isabel, Brooke, Kerri, Karen, Charlotte, Carole, Sean, Ian, Dudley, Lizanne, Jason, Andreya, Julie, 
Ken, Juliana, Kate, Patrick, Tracy, Amy, Stephanie, Alida, Suzzunne, Veronica, Michael, David, 
Steffanie, Sean, Deana, Pam, Jill, Michelle, Robin, Noah, Zach, Kristin, Candi, Greg, Jim, Curt, 
John, Madlyn, Mia, Michelle, Adrienne, Nora, Sean, Chris, Rich, Michael, Scott, Justin, Gregg, 
Terry, Hilary, Jim, Joel, Carrie, Steve, Michael, Michele, Edith, Brian, Matt, Laura, Kasey, 
Patricia, Karin, Eric, Greg, Joel, Frank, Lauren, Maria. 



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Jeff Ludlow 
Curt Ludlow 

August West 
Chimney Co. 

( 'omplvtv ( 'himnev Service 
and ( 'onst ruction 

190 Lincoln Street 
H Ingham, Massachusetts 02043 

749-1511 



749 1511 



AUGUST WEST FIREPLACE 
& 

GIFT SHOP 



MARCIA LUDLOW 
Shopkeeper 



222 North Street 
Hingham, ma 02043 



Curt — 

We want to wish you the very best of luck and happiness in the future. We are so 
proud of the goals you have achieved and are confident that you will attain success in 

all of your goals. 

We love you, 
Mom and Dad 




DID YOU KNOW THAT IN ADDITION TO CHIMNEY CLEANINGS 
WE DO THE FOLLOWING CHIMNEY WORK AS WELLIII 



□ GLASS DOORS OR FIREPLACE SCREENS INSTALLED 

□ INSTALL AND REPAIR DAMPERS 

O CHIMNEY REBUILDING AND POINTING 
O NEW FIREPLACES BUILT 

□ STAINLESS STEEL CHIMNEYS 

□ NEW CHIMNEYS BUILT 

O LOOSE BRICKS REPAIRED 
O STOVES INSTALLED 
O LINERS INSTALLED 

□ COPPER, STAINLESS STEEL S- 
MASONRY CHIMNEY CAPS 




Call For Whatever Soots You" 

749-1511 



"Welcome Offer" 

To: August West Fireplace Shop 

222 North Street 

Hingham, MA 02043 749-1511 
PLEASE VISIT OUR NEW FIREPLACE AND 
GIFT SHOP. 



THIS CARD 
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Best of Luck 

to the 
Class of '90 



Cohasset 
Police 
Association 



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Pnnnng & Copy Center, Inc. 

•Wedding Invitations 'Presentation Folders 
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Woolworth's 
Cohasset, MA 


Cohasset Village — 383-2679 





T |> SHIPPING COMPANY, INC 

I 19 ronWARDING COMPANY. INC 




HUB SHIPPING COMPANY WOULD LIKE TO CONGRATULATE THE CLASS OF 1990 
WISHING YOU THE BEST OF LUCK AND A FUTURE FILLED WITH HAPPINESS 
AND SUCCESS. 

AS A GRADUATE OF THE CLASS OF 1982, I BEGAN MY CAREER AT HUB 
SHIPPING COMPANY. DURING THE PAST 8 YEARS I HAVE GROWN 

PROFESSIONALLY AND ADVANCED IN MY CAREER, LEARNING A GREAT DEAL 
ABOUT BUSINESS COMMUNICATION, MANAGEMENT, MARKETING AND 
ACCOUNTING. IT HAS BEEN EXCITING GROWING WITH THE COMPANY AND 
LEARNING TO DEAL WITH THE DAY TO DAY BUSINESS WORLD. 

HUB IS A FAMILY BUSINESS IN THE CENTER OF TOWN OWNED BY THE 

VANDERLUGT'S. IT WAS INCORPORATED IN MASSACHUSETTS IN 1976 TO 

PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION SERVICES FOR WORLDWIDE TRADE MAINLY IN 
FOREST PRODUCTS, BUILDING MATERIALS AND PROJECT CARGOES. 

THE DOOR IS ALWAYS OPEN TO ANY GRADUATE INTERESTED IN LEARNING 
ABOUT THE SHIPPING BUSINESS AND STARTING A CAREER RIGHT HERE IN 
COHASSET. I HAVE ENJOYED THE BENEFITS AND THE KNOWLEDGE I HAVE 
GAINED AT HUB AND I ENCOURAGE THOSE INTERESTED TO EXPLORE THIS 
EXCITING FIELD OF BUSINESS. 

BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS ON ALL YOUR FUTURE ENDEAVORS. 
JACQUELINE GOYETTE '82 - HUB SHIPPING COMPANY, INC. 



34 ELM STREET, BOX L • COHASSET. MASSACHUSETTS 02025 U S A. • TEL 617-383-6030 
PANAFAX 617-383-9417 • N Y. TIE LINE 212-582-4059 • TWX 710 345 1192 HUBSHIPCO COHA • TLX 951544 HUBFORWRD COHA 



(617) 383-6550 

THE GOOD SPORT, 
INC. 

SPORTING GOODS 

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(RTE. 3A) 

A USTIN F. L YN JR. COH ASSET, MASS. 02025 




LAUREN, ALWAYS REMEMBER-- 




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